Are all reservation holders expecting to pay the list price for all options? I paid full price for my loaded up Prius in 2004 when people were waiting months to get a car. Well, the Toyota dealership did throw in the $120 cargo net and first aid kit... But, that car cost half of what the base Model S costs even optioned out. I'd like to get every option except for the 21" wheels and rear seats (though I do have some kids that would LOVE to ride back there) but that pretty much relegates me to the 40kWh pack based on cost. I'm wondering if anyone has gotten a "break" on the cost of some options considering Tesla has held onto our deposits for some amount of time. I have to assume that many of the early adopters are going to load up their cars like me so there should be some economy of scale that could factor into the production. For example, if you're getting the tech package and the studio sound system maybe you get both for say $4K. Or, maybe you get the air suspension included with upgraded battery packs. Of course there's plenty of demand for the cars, and Tesla knows they've got a bunch of live ones on the line with reservation holders so there's not much incentive for them to be dealing on price. I would like to know others thoughts or understanding about the ordering process or negotiating points as I'm starting to see folks with reservation numbers near mine (6000) finalizing their orders.