It has certainly been a great week for Tesla, now being at 325 thousand reservations, and in all likelihood reaching their entire forecast for 2020 before part 2! The car is amazing, I placed my reservation just yesterday, despite only ever having seen it in pictures and video, a situation shared by 99.9% of reservation holders, so this really is a big deal. Despite all this however, people still seem rather worried about there being massive delays with this car, and serious questions are being asked about whether or not Tesla really can deliver. These concerns are rubbish, and here's why; for one thing, they already have all the know how, and technical expertise to build a really good electric car. The Roadster and Model S were their development platforms, to varying degrees, so the delays with those can be largely dismissed. Then there's the comparative lack of complexity with the Model 3, it has no automated door handles, no falcon wing doors, a much more simple interior, and has very likely benefited greatly from a design and execution standpoint due to the problems solved for it's ancestors. The only major bottleneck that they may experience is a shortage of batteries from a partially operational Giga factory, but that's a problem that basically solves itself the longer you wait. So to summarize, I don't think we have anything to worry about, the Model 3 is such an unbelievably important car for Tesla, and the rest of the world. They won't let us down.