Hello, I'm wanting to pull the trigger on a pre-owned CPO Model S. I'm on a somewhat tight budget (I must stay under $45K), and was hoping to get some advice from anyone who has made a CPO purchase, is familiar with high mile model S, and is familiar with the earlier builds. My goal is to make a really narrow search criteria, feed it into ev-cpo, and be ready to pull the trigger as soon as the perfect car comes up. In order to dial in my criteria, I was hoping to sort out a couple of questions to get started. -Should I avoid early build 2012's? I really only have anecdotal info here, but I read the early 2012 Model S has some minor fit and finish imperfections. Is there anything wrong with the early build 2012? They seem to be way cheaper than any of the 2013 and newer. -Along the lines of my first question, are the VIN's sequential? Again, this is anecdotal, but I've read to avoid the first couple thousand 2012 (again, fit and finish). How would I avoid the first couple 1000? -Since I'm tight on budget, I'll probably end up with a CPO with the 2-year 100,000 odometer warranty. So I can get the best bang for my buck, I'm aiming for a car with around 60,000 miles on it (that would give me 2 full years, I wouldn't drive more than 20K/yr). Any holes here in my plan? -Again, due to budget, I may end up with a 60kWh car. It seems that the 85's have a better Drive Unit and Battery warranty. The 85's get an 8-year unlimited miles warranty, and a 60 would get 8 years 125K mile. It's safe to say that I'd hit 8 years before I hit 125K miles basing my buy in at 70,000. With all that said, I think a 60 more than fits the bill for my use. Those are my major questions, any help would be much appreciated. I'm new to the Model S, so I may be mis-informed on some of this stuff. I really just want to cast a very small net on ev-cpo so I can be ready to jump immediately. If anyone has been in the same boat as me, and has any tips, I'm all ears!