I drive a Model S. One of five or six in our garage. But I'm pretty friendly with the parking attendants in our garage because they're Turkish and I speak some Turkish since my wife is from there. Drove down this morning and they were motioning for me to come over. I walk over and there's a really nice Midnight Silver Model X there. This is the color I'd want to buy, with an Ultra White interior. The driver's side FWD is open and it's "stuck" because its leading edge is about ½" from a huge concrete column. Having seen the glass breaking thread on here I was worried. Evidently they accidentally opened the FWD and didn't know how to get it closed. Obviously they were really nervous about having a brand new $100k car with its door right next to a concrete column. Guess I'm the "Tesla Guy" in our garage now. On another note, the automated front doors are really kind of a pain in the butt. Since I wasn't holding the actual key fob, it was difficult for me to get the door open. I'd press the handle, but since the attendant was standing next to me and the FWD sensed an obstacle, the door wouldn't open. I had to open it manually. I've test driven an X a couple times now. I think I've come to the conclusion that I'm going to wait it out for Tesla to work out some more of these kinks and to let the world get more familiar with them in general. Also, I think now that rather than going from a non-AP car to AP1, I'm just going to wait for the next version of AP to come out. I really love the car but I'm not sure it's the right time for me to buy one.