Hi all, I'm a long time reader here, first time poster. I have a 2014 P85DL, which was delivered at the very end of 2014, who purchased the ludicrous upgrade once it became available. This summer, my car was parked outside in a friends driveway during an intense rain storm, which included very high winds. When I went out to the car to go home, it included an error message indicating low 12 V power, car may not start, and contact Tesla service. I did so, and Tesla came and picked up the car and said water had found its way into the high voltage pack, so the battery had isolated itself. This was about 4 months ago (mid-July). Tesla sent the pack back to Fremont for inspection and rebuild, and gave me a loaner pack (non-ludicrous). I feel like I've been really patient, but haven't been able to get any status update other than it is still with the reman team. My local service center has been unable to share any information beyond that. While I'm upset that I'm missing the ludicrous mode performance on my car as all this time passes, I'm more frustrated that there has been a lack of any kind of meaningful updates. Finally, with the AP 2.0 release, I'm interested in selling the car and will probably have a hard time doing that while awaiting the repair. The mileage is approaching 50,000 (44,000) and if I'm going to sell it, I'd like the new buyer to have the chance to buy the extended service agreement which can only be purchased before 50,000 miles is reached. I'm hoping someone here has had an experience where they may direct me to someone at Tesla who can give me more information. 4 months seems like a really long time to wait for a warranty repair. Any advice / thoughts are appreciated!