Does anyone know what the status "factory gate routing" really means, and why a finished car might be stuck there for six weeks? My Model X came out of production in mid-April, and at that time my DS told me it had entered "factory gate routing" status, and would soon be put into a container to be loaded onto a train to New Jersey and then trucked to Massachusetts. Six weeks later, and the car's status has not changed: it's still in FGR, sitting in Fremont. It hasn't moved in six weeks. We're beyond the point where the car could be waiting to be batched with other cars for a shipment east -- my sense is that lots of cars produced since early April have already been delivered. So what else could explain having a car stuck in this status for so many weeks? If it failed QA and needed rework, I would imagine it would have been in some kind of designated repair status. I'm surprised my DS hasn't offered to be more proactive about tracking down the issue and sharing the info with me. Isn't that supposed to be one of the benefits of disintermediating the dealers and connecting the DS directly to the factory? Would appreciate any insight or shared experience...and if anyone from Tesla is lurking...PLEASE HELP LIBERATE MY CAR!