So I have a 2014 Model S85 since March 2014 now at 70,000 miles. I love the car and plan to buy Tesla again but I have had a very frustrating day/week with Tesla and wanted to complain and get random internet feedback. I had plenty of early build issues early in the car lifespan from broken sensors to bad MCU/Bad nav unit etc which were all replaced with excellent service from the Austin service center. At around 44,000 miles I had the milling noise and had the drive unit replaced, no problem it happens. I went out of warranty and decided to gamble and not get the extended since it had been pretty good after the starting issues. After paying $1000 for a simple leak in the headliner then a quote for $1000 to replace tail-lights that have bugs in the them I purchased a 3rd party warranty (Carshield) to try and mitigate the big repairs like MCU/AC, suspension, etc. So a few weeks ago I started to notice a clunk and some clicking noises when shifting from regen to acceleration. Car drove fine no issues but it was really annoying. I called service and took it in (North Houston). They found both drive unit problems as well as the issues with the half axle spindles slipping. If I got the axles done at the same time there would be no extra charge for labor (usually about $400) just parts for two half axles ($1,700 total- drivetrain not covered by my dumb warranty). I picked it up after a few days and everything was fine. As a side note my LED on the charge port is turning weird colors and I asked about that- they said it was just cosmetic and $500 to replace-- pass. So Friday night we drove from Aggieland to downtown Houston and back for the Eagles concert (200ish miles 90% of battery). I plugged it in when we got home and this morning got in with a 100% battery to drive again to Houston for Father's day lunch and within 3 miles I received alerts about limited power and to get car serviced. It SEVERELY limited acceleration immediately. I drove back home and we went in my wife's BMW and I started a whole series of phone calls. The end result is they picked it up and towed it the 90 miles to the North Houston Service Center "for only $495"( the "roadside service" from my warranty maxes at $75- worthless!) . Per Tesla roadside they will reimburse that if it turns out to be something covered or something the service center did wrong three days ago. This is my first towing experience in 70,000 miles and it is very frustrating considering it was JUST in the shop and I had my 4 year service less than 6 weeks ago so I've had $2500 in service fees in the last two months despite a (pretty crappy) warranty. I will note that the Tesla roadside, North Houston service center, and the tow guy were all very helpful and friendly. Any ideas on what could cause sudden power limiting a few days after drive unit and axle replacement? I suspect a battery issue or coolant issue but don't really know. Thanks for reading sorry for the long post but it was super annoying.