She's here! After two years and one month for good luck my Model 3 has arrived. And just in time, my trade-in's registration expires tonight at midnight. So they rushed to make sure I got everything ready. Of course they called me two hours before to say that the car wouldn't take a firmware update. But luckily they resolved it by the time I showed up. I've been reading about gaps and misalignment for the last few months and was really worried. I have to say, it's not horrible, but it's definitely still not up to the levels of Audi and BMW that Elon claims. So for those of you curious, here's what my car is like (April build, 18xxx VIN) It's more a bunch of minor annoyances than anything else. Sunken hood - Left side is about 3-5 mm lower than fender, right side 1-2mm higher Passenger A Pillar - Sizable gap compared to a perfect drivers side Passenger Fender - Slight misalignment with Passenger door Rear taillights - Inconsistent. Right side metal overlaps slightly, left slide standard panel gap Trunk - Inconsistent. Right side tight. Left side sizable gap on c-pillar Front bumper - One small paint chip from transportation (touched up) two bubbles Drivers side Chrome - Slight scratch above door Roof - Slight chip or excess residue on rear glass near above door Speaker grille - The fabric on the front speaker grille is ever so slightly wrinkled Orange Peel - I can't really complain about the orange peel because I noticed it on my three year old Audi I traded in today as well and the beautiful S parked next to me, but hoping to get some smoothness when I get my paint correction and ceramic done. So nothing earth shattering, I just hope they can quickly resolve some of these things so I can get my tint and ceramic coating done!