Definitely seeing a lot more cars with a lot of cosmetic issues compared to even a month ago. I've seen pictures of maybe 25 cars at this point (all based in CA) and over time the quality of cars they are listing has gone to crap. At first, I was seeing (through strained eyes because of really low resolution pictures) minor scratches or paint chips; cars seemed generally acceptable for the age. I didn't pull the trigger because it didn't have the right color/options/location. The last 5 cars I've seen are really horrid - massive scratches/dents on multiple panels, rock chips all over the hood, completely scraped rims, etc. On the price side, often if a car is listed starting at a low price they always have really bad cosmetic damage (this seems somewhat reasonable to me). However, what I'm confused about is those cars that start off high and get reduced daily. When they come into my price range and I request pictures, they are still really bad. How can they even list the cars that high to begin with? For example, the particular model I'm searching for - 2015 85D in CA - the price starts off at $70k+, gets down to <$60k and are in horrible condition. I guess if they were good deals someone would've snatched them up already before they even get down to $60k. At least for the model I'm searching there seems to be an influx of cars lately. It seems Tesla is just lowering their standards, rather than raising them as they have said, and listing any and all cars. My used car sales advisor even told me there definitely will be cosmetic issues and pointed me to Tesla approved body shops. Feeling really discouraged now. Are they really going to make me bite the (big) bullet and get a new 75D...?