After I shared an unpopular article in another thread, I began to contemplate performing my own maintenance. I won't be doing alignments, but many shops can do that. I am more interested in the fluid changes (drive unit and battery coolant) and desiccant replacement. Unlike other vehicles, solid how-to information on the web isn't ubiquitous. I was searching for how to do these on the model S and did not find much. I don't believe tesla publishes anything to help a DIY'r out. The next problem is that for the model 3, details obviously even more non-existent. Couple this with my semi early delivery (as early as November) and the fact that I drive a lot and I am kind of in a tough spot trying to figure out how to do any of this work. I'm used to standing on the shoulders of those before me for this. I suspect my first drive unit fluid change will be done by tesla because of this. Do you see this changing? Do you think with the high volume of model 3 sales that we will see more information on this front?