I don't have the sort of impressive data of some, nor the ridiculous amount of miles driven of others, but I think my 2 year anniversary story still has some significance. Given that I live in an area still at least 260 miles from the closest Supercharger (and that just recently opened), the fact that I have averaged 22,000 miles per year over the past. Much of that was local commuting, not infrequently in the 80-100 miles per day range (4 kids in the house with many activities). I still haven't wandered more than about 240 road miles from home and can count on one hand the number of times I've had to use a different vehicle for a trip. I have had a lot of the early adopter issues with the car. I won't detail the list, but almost all the well popularized issues (ie door handles and drive unit) as well as a multitude of other minor issues. That said, the car has never left me stranded or had any functionality issues. My range seems to be holding up--though it is hard to tell. I charge to 90% most days. My last range charge still got me to over 260 miles rated and within the past few months I've seen as high as 272 miles rated on a range charge. My daily is around 231-234 @90% (ie. max daily range). Disappointments (some are fair, some are not): 1)Lack of Supercharger development in my area. I've simply run out of patience and am frankly baffled that we were not a higher priority--not because of Tesla owner density, but because we sit, literally, dead center in the middle of the country and are a N/S and E/W crossroads here in Missouri. This area is a spot almost everyone needs to travel through to get to anywhere when crossing the Mississippi or going from North to South through the middle of the country. Given the power I'd add 5 Superchargers at a minimum and ideally 6 (The 3 on I-70 (STL, KC and Columbia), 2 on I-44 (Fort Leonard Wood, Joplin) and the optional one in Jefferson City to cover the middle of the state). 2)Lack of development of long asked for features such as expanded media interface and Valet mode. Come on, it just can't be that hard. 3)Tire wear--I do not drive aggressively (usually), but have struggled to get 20k miles out of a set of expensive tires. Anything I would have saved on gasoline seems to be going into tires. 4)Continued communication issues--While communication with my local service folks has been outstanding, contact with sales has been spotty, contact with the "big dogs" is almost non-existent. A few members here seem to have an inside track, but I'm not one of those people. (see above regarding Superchargers). Still, all in all, very very pleased with this car. Every time I'm forced to drive a gas vehicle it feels so foreign and old fashioned. Sound like a rattle trap, and just seem so sluggish and lacking. It's so easy to adapt to the instantaneous acceleration for moving through traffic. I do still wonder, a bit, about the battery and what to expect. I certainly hope that it had settled into a much slower degradation rate and from my observations it seem that is the case. I still have my Toyota Prius after 11 years on the original battery with 140k miles--so I'm optimistic and can even live with some reduced range if/when the Supercharger network is fully built out. But I'd love to drive this car for at least 8 more years if at all possible.