Considered pulling the trigger on a new Model S 100D, but I already have a P90D and love it. I dont mind waiting until next year and making the purchase then, thinking that with all of the great battery improvements we've seen and heard about with the Model 3, as well as just general Tesla battery technologies. They've already increased space efficiencies for the 200kw battery pack vs two 100 packs stacked, for the next gen roadster. The average ICE car goes at least 400 miles to the fill-up. Some, much closer to the 500 mile range. Just think what would happen to the industry, if every Model S and X could be purchased with a 130 or 150kw pack. This would extend it's range over 450 miles and kill the ICE car industry blunder heads' market much sooner. In my opinion, this is much more important than autonomous driving features, by far. I think we'd be looking at some serous fear! Even more than what they are dealing with now. So, to me, this all seems very do-able within the next two years (see Tesla shareholder meeting notes from June. Elon expects efficiencies of densities by 30 percent in that time period). But I think the Model 3 focus is killing this! And yes, making Tesla profitable first, which is the most sane and reasonable explanation. Without profits, Tesla dies. I get it. Really, I do. So, what goes on in the crystal palace? It's not like there isn't ANYONE working on Model S or X battery design... right? Or, have they moved over all their best research techs to focus on Model 3, Semi, Y, and truck? Good chance the answer is yes. Yuck! If so, I'm saddened. Anyone else feel my pain??