You know the guy: You tell him that you placed a deposit down on the the Tesla, or someone else mentions it to him in your presence. He seems to know all about the company, and his first question is 'what's the range'. You answer, but he doesn't really care. He just says, 'oh...that sucks'. I just met him today, and I met a similar guy last week. They know of EVs, they even know about Tesla. And they dislike them from the start, with their disdain typically boiling down to the distance afforded per charge. I don't understand the hate. When you think about it, 160 miles on one charge is actually quite far. I commute about 50 miles per day round-trip. Last weekend I drove about 50 on a day trip with my wife. And when you think about it, the more miles you drive per day, the more affordable the car becomes. I wish I was driving 130 miles a day as the money spent on gas would nearly pay for the car each month. Whoa whoa, but I actually have to take time to plug the thing in while in the comfort of my own garage? God forbid! Can you go on a spontaneous road trip with 160 miles? Probably not. Do people go on spontaneous road trips that often? Not anyone I've ever known. It's as if these guys are shooting the thing out of the water because it doesn't have the potential to guzzle gas and get you from coast to coast...yet, who actually does that in their own car? Would I drive a Honda Civic on a road trip, lol? And hell, if I wanted to go on a road trip, I'd much rather take a little time to plan out the charging routine if it allows me to keep a few hundred dollars in my pocket. Come to think of it, I might be going on my first ever road trip with this car. Why? Because it ain't gonna cost me an arm and a leg, and it's gonna get me around in style. I might even ride in the Frunk and let my wife do the driving. It's EV racism, I tell ya. No amount of discussion can change a person who just seems to have a bug up their ass about EVs.