I have observed that a majority of the Model X cars (founders) that have been pictured so far seem to feature the new ultra-white interior, followed by black and lastly of tan. I have only seen one car with tan interior so far. I think the white interior looks very nice, but I wonder how well it stands up against accellerated wear in the form of kids? I was considering that most of the founders have grown-up kids and don't need to worry about this, or that they are wealthy enough to not care about such details.We are a middle class family with two kids (5 and 7) and I do care about durability, especially since the Model X would be stretch, finacially-wise. It's about 3X the cost of our current ride, a Mercedes E-class. My desire for a Tesla is partly idealistic, partly due to admiration of the brilliant engineering. Most of the cars I owned had either black or close to black interiors, and I would like a change to something brighter and, yeah I admit, something more luxorious. For a Tesla Model X, the only options are ultra-white or tan.What are your thoughts about the practicality of white and tan interiors in combination with kids?