I wanted to let those who are considering/waiting for a Luda Retrofit know that it is not a 100% straightforward upgrade. I dropped my car off last Tuesday and got a call from Tesla service today that during the upgrade process, they hooked up my battery to the battery management unit (BMU) and the BMU began smoking. There was damage to the BMU (which they have offered to replace with a new BMU) and damage to my battery (which they are offering to "repair" at the factory while providing me a loaner). Obviously, this is very concerning and I do not wish to accept a "repaired" battery. The Service Advisor told me that at the time of the upgrade, the BMU and Battery were outside of the car and no other parts of the car could have been affected by the smoke/heat (perhaps fire?). The advisor also told me that the fault laid with a quality issue in my battery. Obviously, there are many more questions...I am not hitting the panic button yet because the advisor told me he would call me tomorrow with a plan. I hope that Tesla will do what is right here. I am not sure if I am the only one that this happened to, but I wanted to open this thread and let people know what happened, and hopefully share a good resolution to the situation. I love my Tesla, am considering a Model X, and have a deposit down on a Model 3. I just hope that these issues are resolved satisfactorily so I can continue on board.