All, I'm very excited to be joining the ranks of Tesla drivers soon. But first I have to clear the entry point hurdle: as a driving enthusiast, do I go with a used performance model or a newer 100D? I've been scouring these and the official forums. I've found many great posts that include qualitative and quantitative feedback. But I'm hoping to clarify the day to day road driving experience; I'm not focused on times at the drag strip. I want to ensure that I end up with the right vehicle for delivering a blast of acceleration out of a corner and for making decisive maneuvers on the freeway/highway. My target build of a new 100D is around $100k after tax incentives; for +/- $10k, that budget overlaps an older P90D(L). I think I have a good sense of the tradeoffs in features/quality, which I'll expand upon in a follow-up post. (Builds have come a long way from the late 2015/early 2016 vehicles, it seems.) But what is the P90D really like in comparison? Particularly in its 0-30/30-50/50-70/70-100 ranges? Does an insane mode P90D feel substantially more powerful than a normal new 100D set to its sportiest mode? It has the larger motor, after all (though the battery might not be able to feed it as well as one would hope). Do you need to step up to the P90DL with Ludicrous engaged all the time to really feel the difference? Do refinements in suspension components and build quality (body rigidity) in the 100D make up for the slightly lighter (200lbs) advantage to the P90D? Very much looking forward to the discussion and feedback!