Hi friends, I've purchased my 85 model last Tuesday Aug 11 with a projected delivery date in early October. This is going to be an incredibly long two months since I think about this car pretty much every day! Here are the options I went with, along with general rationale: 85 - I opted for the larger battery for a combination of longer mileage, faster charging, and I think over time I'll get some of that money back if I sell it. I largely debated 85 vs 85D (I still debate it!!) but I opted for the 85 because after test driving both, it didn't feel any different. Also living in South Florida, snow and hills are non-existent. There's quite a bit of rain in the summer, but I've read enough good reviews around the RWD handling in rain to not be concerned. Blue Metallic body, grey next gen seats and black headliner - Most of this is pure preference. I did like the feel of the next gen seats (I was able to sit in both at the store), but I had read there were some that didn't prefer them. Matte wood decor - At the store, I noticed thumbprints showed up more than I'd like with the glossy options, so it was between the matte wood or the carbon fiber decor. My wife liked the matte wood. Sold. Panoramic roof - The requirement of a roof rack for my bicycles made it a choice with very little consideration, but I can't imagine not getting it anyway. It's just way too cool of a feature with the sunroof! Standard 19" rims - Too many stories of people needing tire replacements with 21" rims sold me against them, and the 2% efficiency gain of the cyclone rims weren't enough for me. Premium Interior and Lighting - Required in order to have the black headliner, so congrats Tesla, your choice to bundle them paid off! I probably wouldn't have gotten it on its own, but it certainly will look pretty in the evening. Smart air suspension - This is one I originally didn't go with when I laid down my deposit, then changed my mind. I read a forum post where someone bottomed out going into their driveway and regretted not having the air suspension, while another said that they had coil with a loaner and preferred their air suspension. My rationale is that if I have the air suspension and never noticeably feel the upgrade I can live with that, but if I bottom out somewhere just once I will rue getting an expensive car and deciding not to pony up an extra $2500 for the air. I didn't go with the ultra high fidelity sound, even though it has almost universally rave reviews, because I also read if I really want one badly enough I can get a better system put in aftermarket for less price. No subzero weather package because I live in South Florida, and no rear-facing seats because I can't think of a single instance where I will be hauling two or three extra eight-year-olds. I hope somebody can give me pointers on how to control my anxiety over waiting two months for this! As we approach the final week I'm not sure how I'm going to be able to sleep soundly. Anyways, I just wanted to introduce myself. In the week or so of intense research, I used this site very heavily, so I thank you guys for making this such a great forum.