Yes, we've all heard that before, but it is true. If you know deep down you want one and can financially work it, go take that test drive. Then it's just a matter of time before you end up running numbers, reading forums, thinking about it, asking friends, etc, before you pull the trigger and snag. But if you want one and can't afford it, don't test drive it! It'll ruin your other car driving experiences, or have you consider a purchase that isn't financially going to work. I got a 2017 Model S 100D after a seeing a buddy of mine snag a Model S earlier this year, and him offering me to drive it. I took the wheel and off we drove. I realized then that I was toast. Done. A couple of weeks later I went to the local Boston showroom and did a test drive. Double toast. Just a matter of time. Snagged the 100D, and love it. Giggle daily as I zip by cars and voice command songs for my kids in the backseat or use enhanced autopilot. So much fun. But recently . . . the wife was looking at possibly replacing the old Lexus RX 400H. I like the Model X, but not as much as the S, and without any other really meaningful electric SUV with good range, started looking at ICE cars. Looked at BMWs, Lexus, Mercedes, Honda, Acura, Jeep, Audi and pretty much everything out there. Wife liked the look of Mercedes the most, so went for a test drive of the GLC, GLK, and ML. Cars had nice interiors, and were surprisingly comfy, but the ride felt like we were dragging an anchor around behind us, and really felt very choppy with the gear shifts. I realized then that I had officially become spoiled by Tesla's lightning acceleration and amazing ride. Ugh. Now we're just going to keep the RX, spruce it up, and wait for the Y or something else sweet down the road. Anyone else had similar experiences with their car purchase and/or experience after driving or owning a Tesla??? Happy driving!