So I just found out that Tesla was replacing early defective windshields (the ones where the ezpass bridge toll transponders don't work) as a few owners around here just had their early ones replaced. I asked my SC to see if mine could be replaced mine since it never worked. They confirmed that it was an early defective windshield but denied replacing it because I am out of warranty @58k miles. They said I could have had it done it 3 months ago when I was at 48k miles if I had told them about it. LAME TESLA. If they knew about the windshields and were replacing them then they should have done it without me asking. It's been defective since the day they delivered it to me. They know it and I know it. So this is a notice to all early owners like me that have the defective windshields: if you ever care about getting your bad windshield replaced for these bridge toll transponders then do it before you run out of warranty. Also to my surprise, they said that "bulletins and updates are all warranty items and so they unfortunately can no longer be done once the warranty expires unless you pay for them." Well that was brand spankin news to me. Perhaps I would have opted for extended warranty had I known that. At least I was also told "I don’t think you will need much of anything in that department as the lion’s share of updates have already come out. We’ve come a long way!" I guess that's supposed to comfort me in some way. The dozens of TSBs that have been applied each time I dropped it off for something throughout the last 20 months I suppose are going to magically stop suddenly because there's no more defective things to fix. They've found and fixed them all. Yippee! (sarcasm). Well I guess there's some truth in that. They have fixed them all, that is up to my last warrantied service a few months ago. Apparently that just won't include anything they find from that point forward.