Hi all, I have read a few nightmare threads on the CPO process. I didn't see them until AFTER I pulled the trigger and deposited on a 2013 P85. I would like to document my CPO experience here for all to see, and also pray that it goes better than what I have been reading about. For one TMC member I saw that they delivered a car that was completely in unacceptable condition inside, and for others I saw delivery of scratched and dented cars and tesla refused to recondition those panels. It has me worrying I should have gone with a new 70D instead... With a CPO 2013 P85 at around $60k, a new 70D is only $9.5k more -7.5k tax incentives... but then AP costs another 5k and to get a sunroof is another +2k. So I guess it's a question of whether the much increased speed and acceleration is worth it to me. I think it is; I was originally going to get an S85 CPO for much cheaper but didn't like the 0-60 time of the 70D I test drove. The almost 4sec time of the P85 should hopefully do it for me and be more satisfying than paying 5k+ more for a new car with AP that is slower. Does this make sense?? (Or am I a sucker for buying a P85 CPO?) As for the process, it has been great so far. I have been talking with both a CSR and DS going over all the steps. The CSR changed my deposit to a P85 for me almost fully loaded (no SAS) at a good price. He has been good at finding various MS's with better deals than the CPO site has. Has been trying hard to accommodate what all I wanted. I eventually just splurged when this model with great options showed up. The DS got in touch quickly and told me 3-6 weeks after the request is made for transport to Nashville. Just last week she emailed me to let me know that the transfer order had been made. It's been about one week since then, so I assume the car is not yet in Nashville. I will check in again early next week. Both CSR and DS are good at keeping up with email. Lately they have been tag teaming with the answers, so there is some communication between them behind the scenes, and they CC each other on some of the emails. My deposit switch was done over the phone. I called and left a message and the CSR called me an hour later; he went over all the inventory he could find with the specific features and price range I wanted then and there and I made the decision to switch to a car he had previously shswn me. My only complaints so far are that they cant show me the range, and i dont k ow what state the battery is in, how much degredation has occured. I asked the DS and she promised to send pics of the car all around plus the fully charged range when it arrives. Heres hoping it still has 95%+! I hope this good responsiveness from the reps continues. I will update this thread for anyone interested. Cheers!