I'm curious about other owners' experiences with Tesla so far with fixing door alignment issues as well as trim alignment and front windows alignment. I'm still waiting for the service center to set an appointment for my car, they are "waiting for a part to come in" and have "no indication" on delivery times for that part. So until then, I'm hoping some of you guys in the forum can help set some expectations for me as far as those pesky alignment issues go. Any thoughts? Anyone had any luck getting a well aligned Model X? My big problem areas are: Driver side window appears to be too far forward, not touching the entire seal and causing wind noise and "whistling" on the freeway. Driver's side upper door frame too high, not aligned with the driver's side FWD. Driver's side door sticking out in the area above the door button. Driver's side rear quarter window chrome doesn't seem to fit in it's space? A little too high and a little too forward, it is sticking past the frame. The SC techs said they would have to "cut out" the rear quarter window and replace it to fix it since there is no way to re-align it. They made it sound like it would be really difficult, almost like they wanted me to just accept it the way it is. Driver's side FWD wheel well sticking out from the rest of the wheel well. For what it's worth, the passenger side appears to be much better aligned, not perfect, but not enough out of alignment for me to complain. Different employee on the production line?