I'm planning on consolidating my roadster and my LEAF into a new Model S purchase, but don't want to break the bank in the process. I was hoping the group could help sanity check my option choices in case I'm doing anything stupid. To start with, I've done fine with the range on my LEAF but now I need to make work trips between Raleigh, NC and Charlotte, NC. This seems to be easily doable by any Model S variant. So here's what I'm planning and some reasoning behind each item... Model: S60D I just don't see any personal need for additional range beyond this. If I need it for some crazy reason I can always unlock the full 75kWh. I also have had a few loaner RWD Model S cars (85, P85, etc.) and hated the power delivery; it just felt sloppy for such a refined car. I'm also perfectly happy with the performance of the 60D (even though I wouldn't turn down a P100D lol). So 60 kWh and D it is... Color: Deep Blue Metallic I was torn between this and Multi Coat Red. I don't do grayscale cars, so these were the only two options. I think I dig the blue a bit more. Wheels: 21" Gray Turbine I personally can't get myself to accept the appearance of Tesla's 19" wheels. Has to be 21s, and in my opinion the gray just looks "cool" with the Deep Blue Metallic paint. Roof: All Glass (Not Pano) I like the extra headroom and scenic visibility, but wouldn't ever open the sunroof. Interior: Multi-Pattern Black I'm just not ok with paying $3,300 for leather seats. I also don't like leather that isn't perforated, it feels too hot to me. Interior: NO PUP The power liftgate is more of an annoyance than a benefit to me. I also wouldn't benefit from any of the leather appointments since I'm not getting leather seats. Enhanced Autopilot but not FSD My personal opinion is that AP2 is nothing more than a gimmick at the moment, but I can actually envision Tesla delivering a suitable set of features here in the time I'll own the car. I can't envision Tesla delivering FSD in the time I'll own the car, so I have no desire to pay for it. I can always upgrade later if they prove me wrong. Smart Air Suspension Originally I wanted the coil suspension since I've heard it feels more connected. But after looking at photos of the coil suspension cars on 21" wheels, I just can't do it. The ride height is way too high, and there seem to be no good aftermarket lowering options for D cars. SAS it is. UHF Sound I listen to a lot of music in the car, and this isn't a car I want to hack around with aftermarket stereo stuff. So I'll splurge on this and get the upgraded option. I also haven't been able to find a non UHF car to test out; none at the local store/SC. So that's the plan for now. I'm still worried that I may regret skipping the PUP and leather, but I really just can't see spending almost $7,000 on those options. My entire 2013 LEAF isn't even worth that much. Was anyone in a similar dilemma that could report back on how they've been enjoying the car without those options? Thanks a ton in advance for any feedback and help!