Does anyone else get the feeling from Elon's comments early on that his plan for the model 3 is greater than we're getting in version 1? It feels to me like a decision had to be made to cut out certain things to make it to production on time and on budget, and may have even been done strategically to keep a stream of buyers steady even after the tax credits phase out in the US. Many other manufacturers have stated planned EV launches in 2019 & 2020. By this time, Tesla will certainly run out of tax credits. While they will hold an advantage in battery pricing and have a headstart on working out self-driving tech, I think other manufacturers will be very competitive due to a $7500 incentive. Making a major update to the Model 3 to coincide with this seems to make sense -- perhaps the space ship controls, a finished interior, HUD. Many of us expected at least one of these things (if not more) at launch, but I think it is a measured move with the demand being what it is, and competition coming in less than 2 years time.