Hi. I took possession of my P85D at the end of January. I've already scraped it three times while parking, despite moving slowly and being extra careful. Here's how it happened. I was relying on two occasions on the rearview camera and the sonar and radar alert system. These normally work great, but I was backup both times at an angle to a thin standing object. The camera and the warning system missed it. Be super careful when backing up obliquely toward anything. I could have learned my lesson after the first incident, but, duh, I didn't. The third scrape was different. I was maneuvering around a concrete pillar in a basement garage. I was moving forward toward it, and it appeared that I had lots of room. I didn't even know I'd scraped the left side front bumper until I got out of the car. I believe that what happened was that my eye was fooled by the inward curving ridge on on the hood. You can't see the rest of car past that ridge, and it can look as if there's a lot more room than there is. Give yourself extra space. The Model S is wide, and there's a lot of car you can't see from the driver's seat. Fortunately, I'd had plastic armor applied to the front of the car, and after it was repaired, the actual damage to the pain job was almost invisible. I wouldn't know it was there unless I looked very closely. The rear bumper scrapes caused slightly more damage, but they, too, were minimal, and not worth the cost of repainting. Please learn from my experience. Don't rely on the warning system and rearview camera unless it's abundantly clear that there aren't any objects that you're approaching obliquely. Second, know that there's a lot of car over that ridge on the hood. Give yourself plenty of room.