Anyone have an idea about this? Is this kind of info buried somewhere in their public shareholder reports? Been thinking about it because of the growing chorus of complaints about buggy software updates - I'm speculating that the source of these bugs is that the company has been resource constrained the past few years and perhaps had to make a difficult choice to spend time and money rolling out the major new "wow" features (Model X with falcon doors, autopilot software, AWD, etc.) and fixing physical build quality problems - potentially at the cost of leaving a lot of the software rough. And if this is the case, if the staff is quickly growing then this would seem to be a hopeful sign that perhaps ironing out the software will now be a project the company turns its attention to now that the mad rush to finish Model X and launch Autopilot is behind them. Also the ROI of fixing software interface and feature bugs will grow as time goes by because the user base keeps expanding daily as more cars are sold.