I have been thinking of picking up front license plate bracket as I did not want to glue the front license mount to bumper. The main reason for me was easy to clean without it as dirt accumulates around the mount on the bumper. Also, want to ability to remove bracket when I wanted. I looked at all options, some at very unreasonable prices along with bad design, like blocking air flow for battery. I liked Tony's bracket but felt it is expensive, so I thought I would not lose much if I give it try. I was looking for 1/2 inch by 1/2 inch Aluminum square bar, but did not find it local store, so instead I used 1/2 inch x 1/8 inch steel to make bracket which is stiffer than 1/2 inch x 1/8 inch Aluminum flat. Material: 1/2 inch x 1/8 inch 3 foot steel flat ( $3.50) 1/4 inch 20TPI steel bolts x 4 ($2) 1/2 inch heatshrink ($4) to cover the steel flat where it meets grill. I drilled and tapped main bracket to take 1/4 x 20 TPI screws, and front plates drilled with 1/4 inch drill to pass thru the bolts. Fixed Tesla supplied License mount to the bracket keeping about 3/4 inch gap, from bumper in all sides. I preferred to use this one for two reason. I already have it, and it is slight curve in the front and most available one do not. Not sure if this has any impact on aero-drag or not. Thought I would share if someone want to build something similar for much cheaper than available alternatives.