This article Elon Musk Powers Up: Inside Tesla's $5 Billion Gigafactory says "Over the six days following Musk’s presentation, which was posted on YouTube and the company’s website, Tesla reportedly received reservations for $800 million worth of Powerwalls and Powerpacks...." I wonder where that $800 million came from. The article contains nothing new other than that figure which I don't recall seeing before. I put in a reservation for a Powerwall the day after the Tesla Energy launch last May, and I have heard nothing from Tesla so far. I don't even know how to make contact with someone at Tesla Energy to inquire about my reservation. The article is very odd, in that at one point it sounds like the writer is going to tour the Gigafactory in Nevada but then he says nothing about it other than this: "No journalist had ever before visited what Tesla calls the Gigafactory, which opens next year but won’t be completed until 2020... It was impossible not to feel awestruck by the sprawling, 71-foot-tall structure stretched out, miragelike, before me as I drove into a shallow canyon...". Then he goes on about how big it is. And that's it. So he's the first journalist to visit the site, and that's all he can say about it?