Thought we could have a thread to gather feedback on today's "Coffee and Cars" gathering in Menlo Park for the benefit of the organizers. Here are my two cents: Pros: - Terrific turn-out. - Good coffee caterer. Cons: - I have to say it, it felt like a squandered opportunity for Tesla. I think I counted only 3 employees staffing the event, out of which one was in "civilian clothes" and was hard to spot. With that kind of crowd, with lots of prospective buyers, they should have called in staff from Santana Row or wherever and have at least 10 people in red and grey. Can't imagine everyone vying for a test drive got one. (Where was GeorgeB? He would have been completely in his element here...) - What about an agenda, a presentation, some bone to throw to those of us owners that showed up? Sure, it was good fun to meet up and chat for a bit, always good to have an excuse to get out and drive a bit but... I don't know. Yeah I know, there was nothing else mentioned in the invite. Something more to make it an event other than a much over-worked barista would have been nice. (That poor dude... completely blindsided by the size of the crowd. Great guy took it in good stride and produced some very decent coffee.) That's my spontaneous reaction. Anyone else?