I wanted to get a feel on how long people are waiting for repairs and if getting parts is a bottleneck? I was broadsided over a month ago and they are still waiting for parts before they can begin to put my car back together. On the teslamotors website, I found a person who had an accident in March and they have not received parts for his car yet. There is mention of a 100 day backlog for windshields. Anyone else out there waiting to get their Model S back? I appreciate that the factory is building cars as fast as they can but there really needs to be more attention placed on supporting the early adopters and keeping an inventory of spare parts for the cars that are already on the road. Since my accident, I've been driving a spare car that we've been holding onto for my daughter--10 year old, manual transmission, Volkswagen Jetta with 150k miles; it's just not the same. I've half a mind to rent a Model S at $600/day and present the bill to the at-fault driver who hit me.