I'm not sure if this has been discussed before. Will Telsa introduce a bigger battery before the Gen 3 is available? And if they do offer a 100kwh+ pack, how would that change things? In two years a used Model S 60kwh will come down to a price that is within reach to a lot more people. I personally could see buying a used 60kwh then upgrading the battery after a year or two of saving up. Point being, used Model S market with eventual battery pack upgrades could take a lot of pressure off Gen 3 developent. While I, along with many others, are holding out for gen 3 due to the price, going used could get my foot in the door. Knowing a battery upgrade is just a simple purchase and quick install seems like a game changer. It buys Telsa time to hold out for the battery tech they really need for a compelling $30k-$40k gen 3. The used S market may be very strong over the next 5 years. If they build them, people will buy them, new or used. Well, just a thought on Saturday AM as my family is still snoozing. Have a great weekend, I hope you S owners are going for Sunday Drives! PS- limited edition S's. I hope they come soon and you early adopts trade up, fueling the Used S market. I just may get one.