Today was to be my order's confirmation date but after speaking with my delivery specialist, I was informed that I could not request my Model X be delivered at a general time frame towards the end of the year. You CAN do this with a Model S order by pushing the delivery back as much as 6 months. There is verbage on Tesla's site about doing this and using a 1 time deferral but apparently it only applies to Model S. Now, I know what you're thinking. Hundreds of people on here have been waiting for years for a Model X and you want to wait even longer to get one!!! Well, my reasoning is because: A. Our 2nd car is on lease and the lease is ending in October. At that time, I'll be replacing that car with a used car that I purchase in full. B. I'd actually rather have a few thousand Model X owners take delivery and work out any bugs than to be one of the beta testers in a $100k+ automobile. C. I was originally going to order a 70D and the delivery time frame for that configuration would have been at the end of the year or early next year. I decided last minute to switch to a 90D for a few different reasons. I used to have reservation # RNxxxxxx but now I have RNxxxxxx. Certainly there haven't been THAT many new reservations since I made mine on March 3rd. Maybe the first two digits are a code and the last 5 are the reservation counter? That would mean about 6,600 people have added a reservation for a Model X in the past 10 days...??? Or maybe the reservation number is a random string of digits??? Either way, I'm going to wait a couple of months and then configure a new order. I'm sure I will replay the 70D vs 90D debate in my head again.