I feel like I need to be calling Click and Clack on Car Talk for this one. My better half likes to close her car door by pushing on the upper distal corner of the door. Most cars now have metal frames around the window, so for all our other cars this a a metal piece of the door. But on the Tesla of course we have only glass there. It seems less sturdy to me, and pushing too hard would seem to risk breaking something in the window assembly. I don't live near a service center, so ruining the window assembly will involve significant hassle. So now I'm in the unfortunate position of being asked what I love more.... my wife, or the integrity of the Tesla passenger door window. So what are the facts here? Is it OK to close the door this way; am I overreacting here? Or is there any advice from Tesla or others that the window mechanism can be damaged by closing the door this way?