My idea I've thought about for a while is that if we can build and administer a good survey and reach random Model S owners then we can estimate of the pace of new TSLA long term investors (who happen to be owners) coming in to market to further drive up the TSLA price. The best way I can think of to try and get this survey to be based on random/avg Model S owners (not over-zealous ones who are on these forums) is to get the sample of survey respondents from owners found randomly stopped at SuperChargers. I'm still trying to come up with questions to gather useful data but these are the ones I've thought of so far: 1)when did you first become interested in a Model S? 2)when did you place your order? and when did you take delivery? 2.5)Do you follow the stock much? Do you follow the stock market in general? whats your net worth? 3)have you ever owned TSLA? 3a)If so when and do you own it now? Or when did you sell it and why? 3b)If not, have you considered buying shares or are you waiting for something to buy it? 3c)if you own shares now then what's your planned investment horizon? And what would make you sell sooner? 4)how many shares do you own/owned? 4a)would you say owning the car influenced you to buy/hold shares? 5)do you visit the online Tesla forums often? 6)do you have friends or family who you influenced to buy shares? 7)what's your VIN? 8)did you reserve an X? If not, do you plan to? 9)what's your occupation? Some of these questions may seem a bit invasive but it can be anonymous, no name necessary. We can perhaps offer to email them the results, or even give some incentive to comply with doing the survey as I think this data could be very valuable to know. With data from a survey like this we could extrapolate a lot of projections as to new high net worth retail investors buying TSLA each week/month/quarter based on the growing delivery numbers. if anyone has any suggestions as to further questions, incentives to offer, or how to get a better random sample of owners then please reply.