I know there have been some previous post on this topic but they did not answer all of the questions I had so here we are. Anyway, I am slowing whittling down the option I feel are a most have, nice to have and I really don't care about. Leather seats full under the option that I really don't care about. However it is still on my list for a few reason. Some collective insight would be great. Cons: - From images I have seen it appears that the leather seats on the Model S stretch over time and leave wrinkles or indentions. Is this pretty common or has Tesla addressed this issue (Any pictures would be great) - Maintenance and care. I have had leather seats in the past and have always had to contort myself to get into the vehicle to avoid rubbing on the side bolster or scratching from buttons on my jeans etc. - I personally prefer the looks of the cloth seats - Possible con: Is it ridiculous to buy a $100,000 car and not have leather seats (Possible resale impact) - I have kids - Hot seats from the sun Pros: - I have kids (Easy cleanup) - Makes sense in a $100,000 car Another issue I have seen is the with the back of the seats. If I recall correctly someone had posted that the back of the front seats are basically foam wrapped in a hard plastic shell. His kids actually chipped the back on the seats by kicking them. I think I had seen a photo showing this damage somewhere. While I joke that I will break my kids legs if they kick the back of the seat, I know it will be difficult to keep them from kicking the back of the seats at all times. The car seats positions them just right to be able to reach the back of the seat or are is this not an issue with the model S because there enough legroom. Any info or pictures would be greatly appreciated.