Battery Upgrade Discussion (looking for examples)... Due to the free unlocking Tesla was doing for vehicles in Florida many of my friends are learning for the first time of this capability in some models. However I have been surprised to see reactions from some that they feel the fact Tesla locked out part of the battery capacity in the first place is greed on their part (after all they have already incurred the capital expenditure so why not give the full capacity to the user). I see it a different way and think it was an ingenious way to offer the car at a lower price point while at the same time streamlining there assembly process but I have been unable to convince others. A long time ago I read an article which used examples from other industries that did something similar but I cannot find it anymore. Have any of you encountered skeptics of this business model and what examples or arguments do you use to try and sway them? I have tried the argument of performance chips in vehicles as well as things like different versions of Microsoft Windows (the entire program is already coded and available but they have different price tiers to unlock different versions). But in both those cases the counter argument is that those are purely software-related and not physical hardware that has already been built into the car.