Hi, First thanks for this resource, trying to find real facts about the Roadster would be a great deal more difficult otherwise. I've bored my poor sales guy here in the UK to death with all my questions. I've tried to pick up as much as I can from the various threads here, but I'm just going to ask my remaining concerns directly if I may! (deposit goes down today if I can find the answers!): - Having owned a Roadster and experienced Tesla's attitude, does your instinct/understanding of the car tell you that a replacement battery in 7-10 years will be like-for-like, or, that Tesla will upgrade them to newer cells? I see newer cells going in the Model S, but will the Roadster's custom pack mean it will require expensive re-engineering that they will never do? I ask because I can see the Roadster is going to be different to every other car they produce in future, a bit of a prototype. Is it going to be economically viable for such a tiny market? How future proof are you expecting your Roadster to be or will it be on a scrap heap in 10 years? - In the UK and Europe I hear Mennekes will become/is becoming a predominant standard for public charging points. Are Roadster owners over here anticipating a solution being provided by Tesla? I have seen a few threads on the subject. Is there frustration with how Tesla react to the market for Roadster owners or are you perfectly happy? Are they taking care of your interests? - Do you find the range in practice as good, worse, or better, than you anticipated before purchase? Many thanks in advance your experiences are invaluable!