I put down a deposit on a Model X pretty early on and have a reservation number in the 1,300's. As time has gone by and I have read about the issues early Model S adopters had I started to wonder if I will be getting my X too soon. I realize that there will be about 1,000 signature X's and 1,300 regular X's delivered before I receive mine. I have then started to rationalize that Tesla did not have any production experience of building a car from start to finish when they began manufacturing the S and that the Model X will be based on the same platform sharing many of the same parts as the S, therefore Tesla's ramp up with the X will be quicker with fewer issues on the first XXXX cars built. Of course I am trying to rationalize that get the 2,3xx car is the perfect place to be. With all of this said, I'd like to hear from the early adopters of the S how many cars were built before the majority of the issues with the car were resolved. Was it 2,000 cars or 10,000 cars? For those of you who received an early car with issues, how many issues were there and are you satisfied that your car is now as good as cars built 6-9 months after yours?