It didn't, hah, if anything I want mine even more badly now. Ok, just a few thoughts from a Tesla not-yet-owner. My DS arranged for me to take a 70D for a 24 hour test drive, so I could do things like see if my driveway was big enough (not for a Tesla and a Forester!) and try out trickle charging. I've been on three previous test drives (with a Tesla employee). This was the first time without supervision. My wife and I went to the Devon, PA dealership yesterday to pick the car up about 4:30 in the afternoon. Our salesperson Ian, was awesome. He knew that I knew what I was doing and just gave us a very brief overview of some of the new features since last time I drove. Now the actual driving, simply awesome, but you all knew that. The smoothness with which this 5,000 LB computer on wheels throws itself around is just amazing, big 'ole *sugar* eating grin, amazing. The acceleration, the handling, that massive screen, the panoramic roof and controls for it. Driving home was the best 25 minute car drive we've ever had. Wife left for a bit as soon as we got home and later that night when I had come back even though she was basically ready for bed she wanted to go for a drive before we retired for the night. After her drive I'm almost positive I can get her to give up the Subaru obsession and take over our 3 reservation This morning I went a circuitous route to work so I could get on some highways with (relatively) little traffic. I finally figured out autosteer (yesterday I kept flashing people trying to figure out wtf I was doing wrong). Autosteer worked great, it was such an effortless drive. Contrary to what the naysayers say, I feel that I had MORE situational awareness using autosteer because I was looking around like a wide eyed kid on his first trip to Disneyland. I played with the length adjustment for how far the T would keep itself from the car in front. Also tried out the lane change assist several times. I honestly can't wait to go drive more. Never been a car guy, and never particularly enjoyed driving other than a way to get from A to B, this is all going to change. So. Much. Fun. Hot damn.