Hey, I just posted this over on /r/teslamotors as well. Though I would share my experience with ACU since it was extremely positive. This is by no means meant as an advertisement for them, I'm just sharing my personal experience in case other owners are looking at financing options. My previous loan with Wells Fargo wasn't exactly painful, but it was lengthy and it took a while (lots of phone calls too). My total time dealing with ACU was about 30min, and half of that was listening to Jason read me off a list of the half a dozen things I needed to read, sign, and return. The other half was actually doing them. Emails/phone calls were answered immediately, if not timely and I never had to wait in a hold queue. This is huge for me, as I really appreciate personally dealing with the same person throughout a business transaction like this. Please don't quote me on current rates because I'm sure they'll be slightly different for everyone, but I've heard them range from .99% to 2.49% over the last 18 months or so. I was under the impression these were good rates but what's more, there weren't any hoops to jump through to get them. If you do some searches over on TMC for Alliant, the general consensus is that good rates/smooth transactions with Tesla are common. But to go further, I think it's important to understand that these guys seem to be really on the ball with regards to financing a Tesla purchase. They are not only familiar with the car/company, they often already know many Delivery Specialists by name and have no problems interfacing with them to get MVPA's and other paperwork pushed through. Contact info for who I worked with: Jason Freeson / 773-462-2164 / jfreese [at] alliantcreditunion [dot] com And of course, if anyone here as has had experience with Alliant, please share as well. It's just so refreshing having such an important part of the purchase go smoothly.