Not sure why I just had the thought today, but I did... The Model S was more than twice what I ever expected to spend on a new car. I love it, am enjoying having a car people look at, the performance, all that. But it's still a tough pill to swallow the cost for what is, primarily, a tool for me. But I will have the car at least another 5 years I think...potentially longer. By then the Model 3 should be a reality and maybe even a Model 3 cross-over variant of some type that is really back into my preferred target car budget (I'll have 2 in college and a 3rd starting soon at that point). So I'm wondering this...Can a guy go backward from a Model S to a Model 3? I'm in an S85, and don't really care about 0-60 in 2.6 seconds, but I do want spirited (0-60 in 5 seconds makes me happy). Will the Model 3 be fast enough, luxurious enough, and have enough range that someone like me would be willing to step down to a Model 3 from a Model S or will they position even the top end Model 3 to discourage that and maintain the Model S crowd in that higher end luxury market spot? I ask because if I can get a comparable range, 0-60 in 5 seconds, with somewhat comparable tech and luxury features in the $50k range, esp. since I won't have as much need for the room as I do with a family of 5 now, then I'd be heavily inclined to 'step down' to that vehicle.