After 4 months and nearly 10k miles, it has become pretty obvious that the Model S blows every other car I have driven out of the water. I've had a few minor issues here and there, we have had two tires puncture, but the thing that I'm starting to lose my mind about is the frunk dent. Earlier today, I was walking back to my car at the grocery store and as I approached another person asked me what I drove into that dented the hood and not the bumper. They though maybe someone had run their grocery cart into my car. It happens to be a very sunny day today and the way the light was shining really emphasized the frunk dent. I noticed that I was starting to get a dent a couple months back. If was extremely small and really impossible to notice unless you were looking for it. Over the past two months it has become worse and worse and now is noticeable by passers by at the grocery store! Here is what really ticks me off about it: 1 - I knew about the issue before I purchased the vehicle. Because of this, I made sure to watch the frunk closing video several times. My wife did as well. We also read every post on this website about closing the frunk. 2 - It all started going downhill on day 1. When we popped the frunk at delivery, the rubber piece that borders the frunk was contorted/out of place. I pointed it out and they pushed it back into place. When we got home we were showing off the car and I found it very difficult to close the frunk but with slow pressure it would close. I thought it was me but in hind site, I'm thinking it's more than that. I was looking at it closer after the grocery store incident and noticed that the rubber border piece is actually in contact with the latch. It appears that that rubber piece may pinch between the hard black plastic piece and the hood, right where the latch is. Is this normal? 3 - I let service know before it went in that a frunk crease was starting to develop. It was hardly noticeable at the time. When my car was delivered the paperwork just said that the owner pointed on frunk dent and they recommend telling the owner to consult a body shop. After doing more research on this site, it appears that my frunk shouldn't be as difficult to close as it is. If they opened and closed the frunk to test this, they probably would have noticed as well. I would have liked to discuss this with someone when they had my car but now it's not worth the trouble of either driving all the way to the service center or losing my car for a day. The dents there and I can't imagine it can get much worse. 4 - We splurged on this car for good reason, we love it, we love what Tesla has accomplished and look forward to seeing what they will accomplish going forward. I hate the fact that I am now embarrassed to show the car off when the sun is shining because I don't want people to see the dent. I can't show off the frunk at all because I look foolish closing it. There is a supercharger going in down the street. I'm down there 2-3 times a week checking out the progress. Lots of questions from people down there, have to make sure I keep them away from the front of the car! Sorry for the rant, but Tesla shouldn't produce another car that has this issue. If the Model X or Model 3 have the same issue, we won't buy one. Too nice of a car to have to worry about something cosmetic not found on any other car. It breaks my heart (because I love the Model S).