I had the Roadster at the plug-in day event yesterday. The turn-out was light, but it was interesting. I talked to a few EV-curious people, and gave a few rides, though I spent more time talking to other EV owners, including two other Roadster owners. But one man told me "Do NOT, absolutely do NOT under any circumstances, test-drive a Model S. Because if you do you will want one. No matter that you don't need another EV. No matter that you already drive a Roadster. If you test-drive a Model S you will never be satisfied until you own one." Of course, this made me really want to drive one. I probably still won't make the trip to Seattle. Maybe. But I may phone Tesla and ask when they're going to have one in Spokane for test-drives. This fellow claimed that the performance version of the Model S is just as quick off the line as a non-sport Roadster (contrary to the numbers I've seen, which he said are too conservative), and that its handling, comfort, and all the rest, will make even a Roadster owner want to get one. So, what do Roadster owners who have driven the S think? Leaving aside the fact that the Model S is more "practical," due to its size, since I have no need of the size, and leaving aside the fact that it holds 5 or 7 people, since I live alone and have no girlfriend and virtually no friends, so two seats are enough for me; is the Model S really a Roadster-killer? Do you think I'd rather have an S than my Roadster if I once drive the S?