Not sure what to do. I lurve my 2010 Roadster. I use it as a daily driver around town, and it has been fantastic. The only down side is taking longer trips with about 200 miles effective range and NO access to the Supercharger network. I didn't ask for the fastest production car in the world. I didn't ask for rocket thrusters, or a cybercar that can augment my driving. (The Roadster I've got doesn't even have power steering!) If my existing Roadster had 300 miles range and Supercharger access, I'd never want anything else. 300 miles range is an available option, if I were to shell out for a new battery pack, but getting it to work with Supercharger stations is not on the table, which means road trips would always remain kind of slow and awkward and require careful planning. The 2020 Roadster would be a very expensive car by my standards, much more than I ever thought before of spending on a car, but I could swing it if I decide I really want to. It just seems like... about double the car I would have ordered if it was up to me. Double the range, double the performance, double the gadgetry, double the price tag. It's a bit much. Then I think to myself, there will be other car makers piling into this market, and somebody out there will produce a less "extreme" electric sports car that might fit me better. (Something with an open top, please!) But who? And when? Every other company seems to be about ten years behind Tesla. And if they can't access the Supercharger network either, or even the Tesla destination chargers that have sprung up everywhere, then wouldn't I be just as well off sticking with my 2010 Roadster?