Never in a million years did I think I would own a car costing into the 6 figures. In fact, I dismissed such expensive vehicles as unnecessary when I could still drive a really nice car for half that price. I've always appreciated cars but never considered myself a "car guy" or fanatic over any particular brand. All that changed when I discovered Tesla and I officially became a fanatic the day I placed my order. I now own this amazing vehicle and piece of technology and can appreciate (and justify, to an extent) the cost it took to acquire. And I appreciate it every second. When I placed my order, I was agonizing over a couple different options that would have tipped the final price in a few thousand dollars in one direction or the other. Now that I've owned the car for a while, looking back at all the "extras" I've added post delivery is almost kind of ridiculous. Some mandatory, others 100% optional: -NEMA 14-15 outlet -Cable organizer -CHAdeMO adapter -Center Console -Window tinting (all) -Car wash supplies -Xpel Full Front + luggage area -Scheduled (Xpel 4 doors) On my previous vehicles the only extra thing I ever paid for was all weather floor mats. I would have scoffed loudly at the thought of paint protection or high performance window tinting or whatever else. Now, I actually feel compelled to protect my investment. Almost to the point where I feel like a crack addict fiending for the next thing I can "do" to my car. But I also feel a bit guilty for spending this much extra on an already ridiculously expensive vehicle. I guess I'm looking for some moral support here. I know I am not alone here... Whyyyyy?