This afternoon in Denver, we had one wicked hail storm. As I looked out into the parking lot at my office, the first thing I could think about is that Prius-sized windshield on my Model X . The second thing I thought about was my car is made out of ALUMINUM! The third thing I thought about was the flash-flooding that I later attemtpted to drive through on my way home--would it be better that I didn't have a tailpipe that could submerge and revert carbon monoxide fumes into the car or worse that I didn't know if my electric motors would fry because they were at the bottom of the car? It all turned out okay (i think), but it sure was frightening. I was able to navigate my way home using high roads, avoiding creek beds, streams, etc. My question to the community here is: have you experienced any or all of these issues? What did you learn?