I followed Tesla from before the roadster. When the Model S was announced, I put-up my $5,000 and got in line. When the Model X was announced, I bought stock in the company. I've now owned the MS eight months and it's certainly the finest car I've ever owned or driven, notwithstanding some minor problems that were fixed quickly and at no charge. I think this is the most customer-centric company that I know. So why the post? I now see that there are a number of options that didn't exist when I ordered the car. In addition, Elon Musk said, today, that Tesla was "stupid" in building cars last year when I was taking delivery. Was my P85 being built when the company was stupid? And what does that mean. I am actually considering trading for a new one, but hesitant because one month later they may add something that I wish I had. For those, like me, who are in the line for the X, I'm thinking it's smarter to wait six months for when they've added all the bells and whistles. Wonder if anyone else has similar thoughts?