Tesla recently sent Signature owners a nice gym bag for the Holidays (T-guys, thank you very much). This got me thinking about a post I read months ago, written by a very excited owner who found Elon's signature on the back of the windshield visor, and the many many posts where Sig owners bragged (or cried) about their VIN number and how it did or didn’t corresponded to their reservation number. How do you make the infamous 28, and the other's whose cars were delayed and produced out of sequence really happy? Well, you know, the S really is more than just a car--it's art. When an artist sells multiple copies of a print, they get numbered. Wouldn't it be nice if Tesla sent the Signature owners a stainless steel plaque that Service could mount somewhere in the frunk (if the owner so desired), that gave an indication of just how special the Signature Series actually is? Perhaps something like: “This Tesla Model S Represents the 42[SUP]nd[/SUP] of 350 Signature Performance Edition Sedans Made for the US Market in 2012. The Advance Reservations Placed by Signature Owners Helped Make the Model S a Reality.” The numbering would be made in the order of reservation number and would start at #1 for each series (Performance Edition and Limited Edition) (Standard Edition sounds too bland, so let’s go with something else like “Limited”.) If Elon and George B found themselves with a little free time on a rainy winter’s day, they (and other interested principals at Tesla) could sign a document (suitable for framing) reiterating the lingo on the plaque, and giving the owner something very special to hang in their office. Now, wouldn’t that be a great payback for the $40,000 that the Signature Reservation holders put down on the table, sight unseen?