As an EU Sig X holder, who isn't having second thoughts about the Model X, let alone Tesla in general, I was wondering how many of you who have reserved or know they are very likely buying a Model X, have mixed feelings on the Falcon Wings? Like me. I must start with a contradictory disclaimer: Were it not for the Falcon Wings, I might actually be in the market for a 4WD Model S upgrade in the next year or two instead. But strangely, those doors call out to me. I don't need them, I have no interest in a third row, but the wings are just so darn cool. I want those doors. I must have those doors. Except, in reality, I don't. I expect them to be a living he** on Earth. A source of daily ridicule from the family, with rear-seat passengers mocking the doors every time they have to wait for them to open. People ducking out underneath while they slowly open, falling into the mud and blaming me. Myself not wanting to park in any public garages (or not letting anyone in the back out in said garages, if I do) for the fear of hitting the ceiling with the doors. So I must let my rear passengers out on the other side of a muddy field from the destination, after which I won't let them back in because they are dirty from the mud and they have to take the bus instead. Besides, I'm not opening their doors in the garage where I parked, so they couldn't get back in anyway. All the while myself hating the fact that the "sunroof" windows can't be opened. The only good part is that the rear seat won't be complaining why their section of the panoramic roof can't be opened, because they are taking the bus. To me, this really is the defining Tesla experience, though. You just got to have it, even though you know it will seriously make your life harder. The payoffs are too big to pass. The future too here to miss. I live in an area with poor to non-existent EV infrastructure and most garages built for 1970s Mini Coopers, yet I'm on a list for an EV SUV with Falcon Wings. Because, really, what else is there. I will have those doors.