I have a few different entities in Alabama willing to sell me land. I live in Florida. An idyllic place to retire, and I am about to move back to Alabama when I officially "retire." I grew up there. I went to Auburn, floated the creeks, fished the lakes and rivers, and creeks, and hunted squirrel and deer. I live in a modest two-bedroom home on a barrier island on the Atlantic coast. I can watch Big E's spaceships take off from a seat in my backyard while I listen to the waves. On the 6th of January at about 9PM there is something going off, night launches are worth taking the effort to remember to go out and watch something else the Big E is doing well... First launch of 2020: SpaceX Starlink liftoff moves to Monday night But Florida is too full now. I am going back to the woods. And four seasons. And even though my home is only 980 sq.ft. it is still a bit too wasteful. I want to build at least one "tiny home" in the woods, looking out over a creek or river. Far from power lines. I am leaning towards solar or hydro providing the electricity. But now here is the tie in... I was considering getting an older fifth wheel to put on the property and have it as my home while I build the tiny home from below the ground up. Now, I am entertaining living in the Tesla utility vehicle (some call it the cybertruck. I feel the name does it and those considering it an injustice.). And using the Tesla utility vehicle(TUV) for much of the build. What the TUV can not provide. And thus these three items will be built first. * Human waste processing (I'll have to buy a waterless toilet and enclose it. Outhouse.) * Water (I'll have to dig a well) * Electricity production (I'll have to build a solar array and store the electricity.) Though in each of these areas the TUV could aid in supplying the need, such as heating the water on the tailgate electric grill when I want to take a shower in the Winter. And perhaps provide enough electricity for the power tools needed for constructing the solar array and outhouse. What the TUV will do * Lock box for the tools. It can't be stolen if it isn't left on site. (The frunk, sail pillars, and below bed storage will take most of the tools I'll need to build a tiny home. And will provide power to recharge them overnight.) * Mobile power (Through being able to park next to wherever I am working and use the 110 and 220 outlets on the vehicle to power larger tools, or those used repeatedly throughout the day. The vehicle will be taking power from the storage aspect of the solar power system.) * Sleeping Facilty. (Actually a safer area than if I was sleeping at home because of the "sentry mode" and semi-bulletproof exterior of the vehicle. And greater comfort because of the ease of having a mattress within an uncompromised thermostatically-controlled bio-protected environment.) * Material transport (Yeah I am just writing something here to make it all look the same.) Before this vehicle was a choice I was already in the planning stages of what I would need to do, and in what order. This vehicle will save me thousands of dollars. Perhaps around $10,000. And be a far better solution than the alternative. Before I considered buying this vehicle I figured the first thing I would need to do is establish a temporary place on the site for me to live... either a secondhand trailer or build something quick and dirty, perhaps big enough to live in and store tools and material. the vehicle provides a wonderful place for me to sleep. I lived in a tent, with cardboard for a mattress, in college for about 9 months with absolutely no issues. And though I will still need a building for supplies and the cheaper tools I won't have to make it as robust to keep thieves out as all the expensive gear will be stored in the vehicle. And there won't even be a portable generator or compressor to power the tools as the vehicle can quietly do that. And the peace of mind? What's that worth. To not have a sleepless night. to sleep in the perfect climate-controlled environment. To be surrounded by a bullet-proof enclosure that has a sentry mode, and is mobile if need be. I don't entertain a Zombie apocalypse, but some meth head country boys looking for something to steal and pawn is a real possibility. And now I feel comfortable that won't be possible. To know all your tools are right there with you on the truck with all the portable power you need to run them. What's that worth to you? Peace of mind, and increased production. This vehicle is not only going to be a dream. It is going to help build and fulfill dreams that were there before it existed. Many more people have already figured out how this vehicle will help them achieve their dreams. This vehicle is not a "truck,"