Hello all... All the talk on Model S fires, missed production expectations and the related decline in Stock price are all too depressing. I'd like to share some fun with the teslamotorsclub.com community (as well as any other rEVolutionaries out there). I'm a little under 22:45 hours until my wife and I get to our appointment to pick up our Model S and drive it down to Southern California... We're being dropped off at LAX by my cousin who will be driving our BMW ActiveE to and from the airport, taking a flight up to SJC where the good folks at Quicksilver Towncar Service will be shuttling us from SJC to the Fremont factory for our tour and pick up of our Blue/Tan S85. Before we head south to Southern California, we're going up to Sonoma to spend the night, visit a few wineries, perhaps the Charles Schultz (Peanuts) museum, then back down to Southern California, before we hand off the keys to MoeMistry at Glistening Perfection to do his magic with Xpel Ultimate and other stuff to the car and such. So, if you're interested in tracking the car and its progress as we have fun with it, both driving, picture taking, and Moe's work on it... follow us in this thread and in my blog... I will probably upload raw pictures on my flickr stream and specifically the Tesla Model S weekend set. The current picture to hold the set together is one with me and a Model S loaner they lent me while I was at the Hawthorne Superchargers when my wife's Roadster was in service. Also, after I pick up the car, my signature line will be changing from Dennis - My Blog (mainly Active E for now and Tesla stuff as it grows...) BMW Active E, Signature Green Roadster #40, and an 85kwh Tesla Model S with delivery of early November in Blue/Tan, Pano Roof, WITH Sub-zero Package in Southern California... Because COLD is a relative term. To Dennis - My Blog (mainly Active E for now and Tesla stuff as it grows...) BMW Active E, Signature Green Roadster #40, and an 85kwh Tesla Model S, Blue/Tan, Pano Roof, WITH Sub-zero Package in Southern California... Because COLD is a relative term. So, join us on our roadtrip. (not quite as extensive as the one done from SD to Canada as Tesla did last week, but hey, it's just as fun.) PS: to my fellow ActiveE Electronuts, it's your weekend to try to catch up to my West Coast lead on wotnogas.com and my formal concession to the illustrious Tom Moloughney (or his blogger about page) of my chase to catch up to you for Active E mileage lead for the country!