There are also people like myself who read these forums frequently and can see past the excuse-making for Tesla to understand what's going on. Tesla is not meeting delivery dates and customers are upset. You have every right to be upset, and no it's not your fault for 'setting your expectations too high'. Your expectations were set by Tesla, regardless of how anyone tries to spin it. If Tesla can't accomplish simple things like getting their customer reps on the same page with delivery time-frames, or in communicating delays to their customers, I don't see how they're going to build quality vehicles in volume...at least not by the end of the year. Tesla seems very disorganized, and in the last few months there seems to be a pattern of letdowns (beginning with that ridiculous June event). For a 'non-evangelist' it's a big turn-off. I'm sure I'm not the only one observing this...it's very plain to see.