Most of you are very tolerant and forgiving. I would not be happy spending $70K-$90K for a car and then having problems, even if they are minor and addressed by the dealer after delivery. I expect a car to be without flaws when taking delivery. I have yet to buy a Lexus (owned 3), an Audi (owned 2), a MB, an infiniti or even a Prius that had problems that needed updates/fixing after taking delivery. I did buy a Durango many years ago, where I discovered a problem upon inspection. Dealer said they would take care of the problem later. I refused to accept the car before the problem was resolved. Dealer immediately fixed the issue to make the sale. Prior to that I had an issue with a Corvette. Bought the car on the dealer's assurance that he would fix the problem and then they dragged their feet. Swore I would never go through that again. It may just be me, but I don't think so, but for for what the car (any car costs), I expect the dealer to do a complete examination and take care of any issues PRIOR to delivery. The impression I get from all these posts is that Tesla is trying to push the cars out as quick as possible and QC is suffering as a result. When my car arrives, I expect the DS people to have thoroughly checked everything and fix any problems before delivering the car to me.