Now, that Signature delivery in the U.S. is well underway, I'm staring to wonder, how many general production Model S vehicles will be manufactured, before Tesla starts producing Signature Model S cars for the European markets. We all know, that George Blankenship had stated late 2012 as the deadline for the first European Model S in his blog post in march 2011. Since then there was AFAIK no official statement or press release on how far this timeline was going to be pushed back into the future. My request on that, at the stores and with the European Tesla head office in the U.K., was answered with Q1/2013. Reading the posts here on the forum gave me the impression, that many other Signature reservation holders got the same response. An other interesting piece of information was revealed by Elon at the annual shareholder meeting on June 6th, where he stated, that homologation for the European markets would be one of the key targets for the following quarter. But I think, that more important and more accurate as on when we (the signature reservation holders in Europe) will get our cars is the question, how many general production cars will be made in Fremont, before the line switches to production of the European Model S. Because the guesstimates in the TMC forum seam to be astonishingly accurate I'd like to ask you: What do you think, how many general production Model S will be manufactured before Tesla starts making European Signature Model S cars?