Okay, so the wife and I took delivery of our Model S on Thursday and we quite like it, but there are a few problems... the strangest of which being this audio issue. Simply put, nothing sounds right in this car and this morning's investigation has helped us figure out what's up. All audio played either from USB memory stick or Slacker plays in the wrong key as a result of being sped up--BPM is higher than it should be and the song time display counts off time about 10% faster than real time. In addition, all right channel audio played from these sources occasionally turns entirely to static (left channel audio is unaffected). A screen reboot sometimes fixes the static issue and does nothing to fix the accelerated playback issue. AM/FM radio does not appear to be affected by either the static or accelerated playback issue. Wife's current hypothesis is that there's something wrong with the DSP in general and, with regard to the accelerated playback, that the DSP's internal clock could be out of tolerance. Could it be a software bug? Sure, but we have no point of reference and I haven't come across anyone else complaining about audio playing back faster than real time. Anyone have any ideas other than call Tesla, given that the nearest service center is over an hour away?