I'm wondering what other Roadster owners think the chances are of our Roadsters one day appreciating in value, due to the limited number produced and their being unique and great looking? So far the resale market doesn't seem to value Roadsters as future collectables. I'm sure those more familiar w the car markets will say it is too early to take current resale prices as a valid indicator for 5+ years out. One possible difference between Roadster and ICE sports cars as future collectables, is whether a car whose uniqueness is based significantly on it's advanced technology would appreciate in years to come, as that technology is surpassed by new sports offerings from Tesla and others. My impression is that ICE sports cars achieve collector status through some combination of limited production, styling distinctiveness and general panache (Jaguars and Aston Martins for example). Also, once our extended warranties are up after 6 years or 72K miles, besides eventually needing to replace the battery pack, a buyer of a 'vintage' Roadster would need to risk paying Tesla to replace the power electronics module if that ever goes bad. Thanks for any and all opinions.