Maybe I'm just being a nervous nilly, but I'm trying to imagine, without much success, just how the logistics of the Tesla Personal Delivery services is going to work. For Quarter 3 it will simply be "difficult" as there are "only" 5.5 cars per day to deliver. Something that could probably be fairly easily accomplished by bunching up several vehicles on a truck to a specific area and sending a delivery specialist or two to each of those major areas and they they shuttle about doing the deliveries. Still going to take dozens of trucks and dozens of specialists, but not an impossible task. But starting with Q4 and they're talking about delivering another 4500 vehicles all with personal delivery! That's now 50 vehicles per day all over the country, how in the world will this be accomplished and likewise going forward at the accelerating production rate? I suppose there's a plan of some sort, but there must be dozens of specialists and hundreds of vehicles involved to haul these vehicles from coast to coast and deliver that many in such a tight window all "to order" for the buyers. Anyone got insight into how this is going to be pulled off?