I put down the payment for a MS 85 CPO on 06/02. At that time I was told that it would take about 4 weeks for the car to be ready for delivery. I did ask for an early delivery if possible, as I wanted to take a road trip when my parents visit at the end of the month. There was radio silence for a couple of weeks after I put down my order, with very little information on either the car or the progress (I did receive pics of the car). I was also told that the the pano roof would be replaced and that was taking some time. Earlier this week, it was finally confirmed that I might be able to pick up the car tomorrow (06/23). However there was no progress on my loan application and it was a scramble to get everything lined up in time. Now, this morning, I was told that the drive unit needs to be replaced and this is going to delay the delivery by about 2 weeks. Having reviewed other threads on this forum, I had very low expectations to start off with. It is a hit or a miss with Tesla CPO, and I guess it is a miss in my case. The whole process has been fraught no or incorrect communication. On the other hand, should I feel re-assured that they are atleast attempting to be thorough in the re-furbishment process? Now that I am done venting, my question is - any other CPO buyers in a similar situation? Is the drive unit replacement a common feature or does it indicate additional underlying concerns?