I've been driving around in my new Model X for 2-3 days now (built at the end of April), and I was surprised by the amount of ghosting. As long as it isn't raining, the ghosting is quite noticeable. (I guess the rain reduces visibility sufficiently that the ghosting isn't noticeable.) It doesn't matter if it's night or day, as long as it isn't raining, I see all sources of light in triplicate. I even see brighter reflections in triplicate, like, for instance, every car roof when the sun is behind them. I wouldn't say it is very bothersome, but it is the only real disappointment thus far. I didn't notice any ghosting on the test drive (it was raining, so I don't know if it was better or worse), and I had some hope Tesla had managed to at least improve the issue over the past couple of years. I haven't heard anyone describe it as bad as I have it, so I wasn't aware it could be this bad. I've also tried to sit more upright or slump a bit in my seat, so that I view through different parts of the windscreen, with minimal change. Anyway, is it every Model X that has it this bad, and people don't care/are oblivious, or is my car especially bad? I've added a poll, to get some input.