As many of you who follow the Model 3 news know, RWD Model 3s will be produced in advance of the AWD version. I had planned on getting AWD, but being able to get my car sooner with a lower risk of losing half the tax credit is tempting. I don't live in an area that needs AWD, but after driving a Subaru for a few years, I really love the way it handles and how it always goes exactly where you point it even if you are on rough or wet terrain. Even when it rains, the car drives like the road is dry. I never have any wheel slippage in any condition. I've heard a lot of good things about how the RWD Model S, but I've also heard a number of bad things. Most of the discussion has been around how it performs in snow or how snow tires are all you need, but in Texas we have neither snow nor snow tires. I don't see much discussion about how it performs during dry times or in the rain. I also have yet to see any discussion about any Subaru drivers switching to a RWD S, and the differences they noticed in driving behavior. So is there anyone who has transitioned from a (recent) AWD Subaru to a RWD Model S that is willing to share their experience? I also wouldn't mind hearing from those that went from AWD Subaru to AWD in their Model S to hear how similar the systems are.