I took a trip to Columbus a couple of days ago, and decided to stop by the store there. I asked the Tesla salesman when there would be a store in Michigan. He said that they were trying to put a service center in Detroit, but it was "in litigation". That was the first I heard of anything like that, so I asked him if Tesla was in court over this. He said no, but then reiterated that it was "in litigation", so I'm not sure what that's supposed to mean, and he refused to elaborate. I also got the impression from him that putting in a store in Michigan seemed like a low priority to Tesla, and he wouldn't indicate what sort of timeline they may have for it. I got the feeling that the timeframe was on the order of years. I asked him if they would put store in Toledo or some place like that if they couldn't get anything going in Michigan -- he said no, they already had all the stores that Ohio law permits. This is a bummer, since that would mean a half-day drive (or, God forbid, tow) to get service on the car -- I'm worried that might be a deal-breaker for getting a Model 3 when it comes out (which he said would be sometime in 2017, by the way). At least it sounded like taking delivery in Ohio would be easy, with Tesla taking care of all the Michigan paperwork. Does anyone have any insight as to the nature of this "litigation" that apparently doesn't involve the courts? Does anyone have any clue when Tesla might get around to putting a store in Michigan?