Hi All. I'm a recent convert to being a Tesla fanboy, though I don't have one at this time. I'm not economically in a position to buy new, mid $30K range is about it for me. So...I'm seeing quite a few 14-15 model S cars in this price range, including some dual-motors (which I'd prefer for snow/ice). On many ICE cars I'd figure they'd hit the flat part of the depreciation curve and would not drop TOO badly over the next 5 years (assuming 15K miles per year). Anyone care to pull out their crystal ball and make a guess what such an S would do in that time frame? From one standpoint, I'd think it would hold value better than an ICE car, since there are fewer parts/systems to fail and far less money spent on routine maintenance. On the other hand-ICE cars haven't changed much in the last 5 years, and likely won't in the next five (sure some improved safety features, but a new car won't really DO anything an older one won't). With Teslas, and EVs in general, newer vehicles are continually improving the basics of the vehicle-range, charging time, reliability, performance. Does this tend to make older ones tank hard-much like an older cell phone, that you can't give away? Thanks for any thoughts.