Well, the other shoe has dropped.....for me at least. I just had my 2014 MS P85 (with 42k miles) drive motor replaced. It was beginning to make the dreaded milling noise so I decided to do a preemptive strike and ask for a replacement before it failed. The Fremont Service Center acknowledged the noise and was very helpful. HOWEVER, when I picked up the car today I asked the question; Do I now get a full 8 year/unlimited mileage warranty on the just replaced drive unit. The answer was NO. I was told that the replacement unit (a remanufactured motor BTW....) would fall under the remaining 8 year/unlimited mileage and that they would not prorate the motor warranty to add back the nearly two years I have owned the car. I think this is a problem. First, it is apparent that the drive motor is a weakness in the Model S design. The statements by Tesla when this issue first started to occur was that they had fixed the issue and that the motor was designed to last for 500k miles. I question both these claims. So what happens when I am at 100k miles and this new (remanufactured) unit fails? I can guarantee you if that occurs I am going to demand a new (really "new" not a reman) motor, and even then, is this an inherent weakness in the car's design. What this also causes me to question is whether Tesla cars are really just disposable cars not designed to be durable. As a former Porsche owner, I experience the same issue with their 96L engine on my 2002 996. They, however, DID provide a prorated extended warranty on the replacement engine. I am not feeling the love so much for my Tesla given these recent events.