Wohmman surprised me last night by bringing up our Teslas. And not in the way she usually does: "How long will the X be in service this time?" Instead, she was discussing how she really liked the plan of trading in the S for the Model 3 when it arrives. The reasoning was the same as mine - it's smaller, and if we have the X, we don't need a large sedan. That got me asking why we wouldn't trade in the X and just keep the S - what is it that makes the X more appealing to her? She said that despite the cargo configuration hassles (no folding seats), the roominess and road height make it a more appealing vehicle for her. I asked what her least favorite feature in the X was, and she said (surprisingly) the center console. She hates having to put her bag on the other side, vs. the console-free configuration in our S. I pushed back about the falcon wing doors, and she said those were her second least favorite, but after some discussion, she capitulated and agreed that since we use the doors multiple times a day, they're probably her least favorite. Generally speaking, I agree. I like the cabin volume for road trips quite a bit, so that is my favorite category. And I hate the doors - they're a clear winner in the "least favorite" category. Cumbersome, awkward, always in the way. The things I love about my S would likely be replicated by the 3. Nimble (as much as a huge sedan can be), low, sleek, and comfortable. Also, hopefully, utilitarian. What are others single favorite and least favorite features, if you had to pick? Try not to make a list, if you can. Just a single item for each category.