After encountering two modest pot holes in two weeks I have four bent Rial Lugano wheels. The wheels were bent in pairs (front and back) on each occasion. The Bridgestone Blizzak LM60 winter tires mounted on the wheels were not damaged. Both front rims were not only bent, but also gouged after apparently hitting brake component bolts on the bottom of the wheel. I have never had incidents like that in my many years of driving, even after hitting larger pot holes, with what seemed to be more severe impacts. None of the aluminum alloy wheels (max size 18") were damaged after other incidents. I am starting to wonder if Rial Lugano wheels are made with inferior aluminum alloy and are not up to task with a heavy car, like Model S. I am particularly concerned that a moderate impact is able to bent the wheel enough to allow brake components bolts hit the inside of the wheel. Does anybody else having problems with Rial Lugano wheels? I am wondering if switching to 4x more expensive Tesla 19" turbine wheels is a solution, or they will be as vulnerable to pot hole impacts as Rial Lugano wheels, just at quadrupled cost?