In a previous life I did a few ECU reprogramming tools for aftermarket tuners. I was also asked and then generated several lowering modules for air and hydraulic suspension cars. The theory was simple in that I either offset the voltage delivered from the potentiometers (MB) or duty cycle of the sine wave (VAG) of the wheel height sensors. One side of the car was typically rising (voltage or positive duty cycle) while the other side was falling. I also sniffed the CAN bus for vehicle speed so as to remove excessive user programmed lowering when the car was lowering even more at speed. I basically backed out my input over a predetermined speed range to keep from making abrupt changes. These modules were (actually still are) used to drop cars down on their wheels to improve looks and performance or raise the car to allow larger wheels. Think clown's feet on a Bentley and you'll have the picture. My question is silly but do you think lowering will be an item of interest for Model S owners? I'm leaving my car alone but thought I would run it up the flag poll.