Hi all, So I'm a leaser who is only 4 months into a 3 year lease. I love the car, I love the way it drives, and I have my issues with the AP system and it's parity with the AP1 car I test drove, but I am a very happy customer. One thing that really worries me though is what the Model 3 is going to do the value of my car come time for me to turn my car back in and either purchase it or not. One thing I like/dislike about leases is the residual value that is placed within the lease agreement. I've had leases where the residual value is much lower than the cost of a similar car that is used, and once had a Hyundai that was much higher than the cost of a similar used car and Hyundai would not play ball and modify the residual value of the car so I was forced to just give it back to them. Even after I offered to just buy the car at the cost of a similar used car I had found. They had a person happy to buy the car but they still did not want to do it. Silliness if you ask me. My worry is the Model 3 is going to cannibalize a lot of the Model S sales and value once a bunch of them are on the road in 3 years. Does anyone have any experience with a Tesla and it's residual value being higher/lower when your lease is up and what you went through? I know this applies to a pretty limited customer base but I just wanted to reach out to see if anyone has any experience. Thanks!