I'd be peeved with that, too.I applied for the refund after replacing my eMMC MCU with the upgraded version. It should be noted that when I went to the San Rafael service center to have the replacement repair done I was only offered a replacement of an MCU1 (same as the original that came with my 2014 Model S P85.) I choose to go with the upgraded MCU2 because why would I go with the original and have the same thing happen again? I spent $2,725.00 for the MCU2 upgrade/replacement. Anyway, after applying for the refund I received a check for $320.00 with an explanation as follows: "Teslas reimbursement process is only for the eMMC recall, not for the overall cost for the infotainment upgrade. The eMMC is a small component within the MCU, the recall/reimbursement is only for that one specific part. Upon review you were eligible for reimbursement of the cost of the 8GB eMMC repair available at the time of your upgrade." This came from Austin D / Tesla 8GB eMMc Recall Reimbursement Review. It should be noted that what he cites as 8GB eMMC repair available at the time of the upgrade was NEVER offered as an option by the San Rafael Service Center. I was given two options and two options only; Replace the eMMC with a type 1 or the upgraded type 2. Now I can see refunding only the Type 1 cost (quoted as being $1,200-ish) but giving me $320.00 is an insult and not, in my opinion, in the spirit of what the NTHSA and Tesla agreed to. Could someone please clarify WTF is going on? It should also be noted that I emailed Austin D back several times with no response. Great customer service!