So i was fortunate enough to pick up an inventory White 75, Pano, AutoPilot, Tan leather with Sub zero on late Wednesday. Honestly I have been looking at Tesla's for a couple of years and seriously crunching the numbers since July. But i was not really ready to buy. I took one home overnight a couple of weeks ago. Which was surreal in itself. Then I found out about the discounts that were out on the inventory vehicles. Which basically sealed the deal for me. Only problem was by this time there were none on the Tesla website that met my one unchangeable requirement of no black leather seats. (gets way too hot here in the south to have black leather. Been there, done that, wont do it again) Luckily my OA found one that was "close enough" with the discounts and a some fees waived. Everything about the sales experience was unlike any other car i have bought. First of all I did a loan. Which was a two minute application online. Received an email saying i was approved. And a four minute phone call that i did on the fifth hole of the golf course between shots. Way too simple there. Delivery was a breeze as well. I arrived about 15 minutes early via Uber. And sat in the lounge long enough to get a water and check email. Two Tesla employees came and got me to go see the car. We walked around the car for about 10 minutes trying to find something wrong with the car. (found no problems) Then another 3-5 minutes at a computer to pay and sign docs. Then i spent about 45 minutes with a Tesla rep going over the car and its features. Which was pretty much a refresher course. And they drove it out of the showroom. handed me the keys. And i was officially a Tesla owner. But what is weird is don't feel like i own the car yet. I did not have to go thru all of the typical BS that you have to do to get a car. No one insulted me by telling me that i might not qualify for the loan special rate. (I have gone to other dealerships to buy a car out of spite because of this in the past) No one ignored my calls or emails. No one pushed me off to someone else when i had questions. (They found the answers themselves.) And basically no one told me No! Today driving to work it still does not seem like it is mine. I almost feel like i'm just on a two day take home test drive. A car this awesome cant possibly me mine. And I have owned very nice cars before. This one just seems very different. Almost feels like dating a Super Model. You know like she's way outta my league and i may wake up and be pissed it was only a dream. Anyone else having trouble with the realization that "It's Mine!" I may feel differently when that first payment comes due?