as the 2nd summer I've owned the car approaches, it's that time again to resurrect the stupidly loud AC compressor. It's so loud, it's embarrassing, and I refuse to turn it on. It sounds awful. I feel like I'm driving in a crappy 4 cylinder Honda with a huge muffler exhaust. soooooo embarrassing. I've complained about it in the past to SC which responded that 'they are looking into it'. that was June of `13 to Norristown SC. I think in August of `13 I complained again to Queens SC. same response. from the responses I've got from the service centers last year, tesla was looking into this but has no TSB/no "fix" for it yet. I know there was a TON of others (pretty much everyone) also saying the same thing. then winter came around and all the complaints stopped. for a while. clearly bc nobody was using their AC anymore. well now it's June again. and there's probably about 20k more Teslas on the road since last June. I would imagine the number of complaints about this is going to skyrocket. and there's been a few hot enough days where I needed to turn the AC on. then I was immediately reminded of the issue and embarrassed of that sound in the parking lot so I quickly shut it off as to not attract any attention. so what is Tesla doing about this? are they ever going to fix this or am I just never going to use my AC ever again? or perhaps somebody knows a third party AC compressor that's quiet that we can start doing aftermarket AC compressor swaps if Tesla refuses to fix the problem? and no, i'm not looking for the "precool the car to mitigate the sound while you're driving" or "turn range mode on to limit the power" responses. I want a real hardware fix so I can use my AC when driving without looking like a chump.