I thought that I would post a brief summary of what I think about my new Model 3. I tried to focus more on the Model 3 specifics, rather than things that any electric car would have, but I may have slipped a little... Blue, 18" wheels, EAP (LR and Premium, of course) I love it! It's the best car I've owned. (The BMW M5 was very close, though) Pros: 1) The car is fast! I can effortlessly pass that line of left lane loiterers. 2) Panel gaps were small and consistent. No complaints whatsoever. 3) The audio sound quality is great! 4) Regenerative braking is awesome! Got used to low in a few hours (it's slightly more aggressive than the engine braking in a manual transmission car) and moved to standard. 5) Not having to visit the gas station is great! 6) Seat are comfortable and hold well. 7) Steering has a lot of adjustment for effort, reach, and position. 8) It's beautiful! I love that I can have a car that is efficient and not polluting, without having to have a weirdmobile or a car that looks like I'm a college student whose dad bought him his first new car. 9) I love the clean interior. So many car are cluttered with extraneous controls that you never use. 10) The center screen is bright, clear, and is a great interface that can change with context and software upgrades. 11) It's so quiet! No engine and the wind/tire noise is on the low side. 12) It's spacious. An adult can sit behind another adult with good room all around. 13) The little touches, like folding mirrors instead of a honking horn, mirrors that tilt down in reverse, etc are appreciated. 14) The display of cars seen and distance to obstacles is very encouraging and helpful. Cons: 1) The price of admission is pretty high. 2) The suspension is a little softer than I would like. I have to think that the original setups would've been perfect. 3) The tires are all seasons (Michelin Primacy) and hold the car back a little. The car is begging for a tire upgrade. Mixed bag: 1) Autopilot and its related items are like an attentive drivers ed student. It got nervous and limited autosteer to 65mph in one section of HOV lane that is protected and just a tiny bit curvy (would've been no problem for me to drive through there manually at much greater speed). It beeped at me for driving parallel to and within one foot of a concrete barrier. (That's the middle of the lane here in Houston on 290). Ping ponged some in the lane (not bad, just reminiscent of a driving student who doesn't have his tracking down yet). It really seems like it would limit fatigue on longer highway trips. Using it as intended and paying attention while driving seems like it would be safer than not.