Unbelievable.... We just moved our offices to the old Clock Tower in Maynard (aside: there's a Black S85 there too - look forward to running into that owner, if you're on TMC, feel free to message me here). Third day parking at the new digs officially (not counting all the moving prep) yesterday and didn't realize I had parked directly below a connector bridge between two buildings. After Wednesday's big snow storm (we got about a foot), the snow was melting on the heated bridge on Thursday resulting in large icicles forming and falling three stories crashing into the hood (and pano roof and windshield) of my car all day without my knowledge... When I returned to the car to head home, it was encased in ice and there was significant damage to the hood over the frunk - several large dents, minor divots and scratches. And only 3,000 miles on the car! Waaaaahhhhhh!!!!! Today I spoke with my insurance agent, Tesla HQ and Watertown, their authorized body shop (Hollis in Ashland), and the managers of the facility. Joy. Given the aluminum construction, the damage is not repairable - the entire hood assembly needs to be replaced. Labor rates at Hollis are $125/hr and the hood from Tesla (without paint, before freight, and reasonable mark-up by the shop) is on the order of $1200 - so total repair is expected to be in the $3-$4K range. I'll be navigating with which lucky insurance company (my auto policy or the landlord's policy) will be paying for this, but all I want to do is get it taken care of (I would just pay for it myself but this is why we have insurance, right?). I keep my cars in mint showroom condition and it was quite a blow to my senses - such a beautiful machine marred - just unfair. Luckily, she's drivable, it's completely fixable for a price, and better the car than some pedestrian passing by... At Hollis, I ran into another owner (blue S85 or P85?) who was just dropping off a car with some rear hatch damage and saw a recently repaired brown S85/P85 in the bay. I also enjoyed Robert Boston's review of Hollis earlier hoping to never need the services of a body shop - at least I feel confident in their abilities. Sigh... Just sharing. When you park, don't forget to look up!