I am trying to zero in on a Tesla for the Boston area. We do around town driving mostly in the suburbs, a 16 mile commute, and occasional trips to NYC, Vermont/NH/Maine and a bunch of trips to Martha's Vineyard in the spring/fall/summer. Probably 11K miles per year. Our other cars have been Audi (A5) and BMW (X3, 3 series). So, we are more looking for a luxury car than a sports car, but typically haven't gone for the big luxury cars that are compared with the Tesla. We are price sensitive, but not for features that really make sense. So, here are a few questions about options. We are thinking about an 85kW car, pano roof (we want to use a roof rack), leather seats, tech package, wood trim but NOT performance seats, leather interior trim, or the Alcantara headliner. Before my specific questions, are any of the "nots" above a mistake? First question - we have a steep driveway. Bigger cars scrape their tailpipes on the road when backing out. Seems like the air suspension makes sense, no? Second question - is the standard stereo decent? I like music, but don't know that I need to go to an expensive system with subwoofer. Third question - we weren't thinking about the premium interior lighting until I read on one of the forums that the lighting is bad at night without it. Can anyone help me understand this better? Last question - we garage the car. The subzero package seems a little over the top. Any thoughts? Thanks very much for your input.