People are taking deliveries of $49,000+ cars without a test drive? I know you can view them in some show rooms and watch plenty of content online - but still - thinking the majority of deliveries are going to owners who are sitting in a Model 3 for the first time and driving off with that 25% first mile depreciation hit. If I could take delivery of an AWD Model 3 tomorrow for $54,000 or a completely unknown spec PM3AWD for $70,000 sight unseen/specs unknown - I wouldn't hesitate. I still clip coupons so not loaded. I know I need to replace a vehicle and I'm willing to stretch to get what I want and not have regrets on what "could have been". Not sure if its just prior good experiences with Tesla and a belief the will "take care of me" that just gives me that confidence to push all in on an undriven vehicle with incomplete software. On the flip side, I don't see why the heck you would cancel a refundable at any point $1000 reservation. It's $1000 but its also the equivalent of just a big blind you paid only once to see the flop, turn and river. Leaving the hand and table for a relatively pittance. Even if I decided to get another vehicle (hypothetically speaking of course) I'm going to leave my reservation in there -anyway- just to see what develops.