Like many others here, I have been a Tesla faithful and a reservation holder for 2+ years (I “reserved” my X on March 2014 to be exact). $5000 deposit is not a lot of money but for those of us who did take the plunge, it’s because we believed in Tesla’s ability to make awesome cars and wanted the car sooner than others who “wait and see”. It’s common belief that if you wait in line first, you would get it sooner. Sure, Tesla doesn’t owe us any special treatment but one would expect we at least be treated with FAIRNESS and RESPECT. This has not been the case as my P90D delivery is still in inspection with no delivery date set (my MyTesla expected delivery date continues to show 3/24-3/31). Even more puzzling is my friend’s 90D, which was ordered at least 18 months after mine, is ready to picked up this week. Both of us live in the same area so location is not a factor, both are Fremont pick up, not to mentioned that my config is a P90D which was promised to be delivered earlier than a 90D. His VIN is 27xx vs. mine which at 22xx. Both are same exterior color/non-premium package/7-seater so I cannot imagine anything else that make a difference in inspection or delivery! What really irked me is that my ordering and (lack of) delivery experience can be summed up in 3 themes: 1) misleading marketing, 2) random production scheduling, and 3) clueless delivery agents. To summarize my experience with Tesla: 5 months ago (December) when I got the invite to configure my X, it was clearly stated that P90D orders will be delivered earlier ("starting early 2016") than 90D orders ("starting mid 2016"). I don’t think I am way out of line in saying that many people were misled to “upgrade” to P90D thinking they would’ve picked up the car sooner than a 90D. Anecdotally, it seems whoever runs Tesla production completely ignores the reservation sequence and build only configs with premium package first. Many newly ordered fully loaded 90Ds ended up getting VIN assigned and delivery sooner than earlier P90Ds without premium. Meanwhile, zero communication from Tesla on delivery timelines/expectations between December to March. Questions to DS were mostly answered with superficial answers “soon” or simply “don’t know" On March 11 I got the mass email (“signed by” Jon McNeil, President of Global Sales) that my Model X is built and will be delivered to me this month. Felt bad for the east coast guys—there’s no way that my friend’s VIN is only 500 spots behind me. No doubt part of the Q1 numbers push as both of us are in California, but ok you would imagine this email would have some weight to it given the exec’s name and everything. My MyTesla expected delivery date then got updated to 3/24-3/31 so I set up my pick up appointment that week with all loan docs signed. Now I have to redo everything again. Since then my delivery appointment has been rescheduled at least 2 times since it's still in inspection. I’ve asked my DS if my car was impacted by the recall, and she said no—either she was lying or she simply doesn’t know. If my car was built (per the email) last month, it doesn’t make sense that the car is still in inspection. If you go to the Model X config now Tesla’s marketing promised delivery by May—what BS! At this point, I am beyond disappointment of Tesla. Way to treat your early adopters/faithfuls. PS: I also placed an order for a Model 3. With 30K supposedly pre-orders, I have ZERO expectation that I will get the car before 2021. It will be interesting to observe how many people Tesla will disappoint though.