I am long TSLA (quite heavily so relative to the size of my portfolio) and very much looking forward to a PxxDL Model 3 so I don't fall into this camp but we've seen a lot of negativity on TMC lately regarding the upcoming vehicle. Of course, most of us here are the die-hard fans with exceptionally high expectations for the company's products, but is there a risk that the negativity of a vocal minority catches wind in the mainstream press and leads to even a perceived decline in demand for the Model 3? Specifically, I'm referring to the complaints of minimal interior, fewer features and the other methods of downplaying the car Tesla has recently employed being taken to heart and becoming a point of concern for some on the forum. With 400K+ reservations, there is little doubt in my mind that Tesla will be production constrained for a year or two in almost any scenario but given that equities, particularly Tesla, are valued based on future expectations, are folks concerned that unrealistic expectations for a $35K car could create a headwind for the stock in July when the configurator opens and the vehicle begins shipping? Aside from unforeseen production challenges and perhaps a short term minor issue next Q of the Osbourne effect, I feel comfortable with the current price until July but I'm wondering whether a hedge makes sense given the risk outlined above and the weight of the Model 3 in the valuation of the stock. Then again, a good hedge would be expensive. Anyway, thoughts? Unnecessary concern?