I should have received my Model S one week ago. Sadly I learned on delivery day that my car had been transported to the nearest dealership (instead of my house) because someone on the third-party transport team noticed a crack in the glass roof. No one has told me how they think this happened (physical damage vs installation stress - who knows). A leak test was performed at the dealership and water was able to penetrate through, so my car has been in a warehouse (so I'm told) to protect it from daily thunderstorms. I've been trying to stay calm about this, but I'm feeling a bit let down that my new car - the nicest thing I have ever bought myself by a long shot - will have people in and out of it performing a major repair and road testing it before I even get to see it. On the plus side, fixing it up front saves me trouble on the back end assuming no other issues. Also, they gave me a loaner to practice on while I wait. I'm told my service center has never replaced a glass roof before (they have done a few panos which are theoretically harder to install). How concerned should I be about this? I have a vision of this gorgeous car with an uneven glass roof and random bits of sealant and foam around the edges. I'm also worried that my white interior and touchscreen will have grubby handprints everywhere. Who here would proceed with home delivery making careful note of areas in need of repair or touch-up, vs driving 80-90 min to the dealership to take delivery and directly point out issues? Thanks in advance for your thoughts and opinions.