First of all I wish everyone Merry Christmas and Happy New Year :biggrin: Ordered my Model S at the end of August, the car finished production on 23rd October, took delivery last Friday 18 Dec, less than 4 months in total, an Obsidian Black P90D with ludicrous mode. Checked everything listed on the forums for flaws, and there was none, everything seemed perfect even the paint. Happily signed all documents and took the car. No weird sound nor any weird behavior, I thought I was lucky, and then.... The first alert popped 10 minutes after I left TML Tower, "Car needs serivce", please call Tesla service, and then a whole bunch of alerts started popping throughout the 5 days of my ownership, Thursday 24 Dec morning the car was towed back to TML tower, although the car was perfectly fine to drive, Tesla service stongly suggested I let them tow the car back, and so I did. The alerts and problems I had, were: 1. "Car needs service", charge port related problem, the charge port acts up occasionally, sometimes totally locked down, even when cable was plugged in, resulting in locking the cable while it was still attached to the car, but it's not charging. 2. "Automatic Emergency Braking disabled", said to be software related. 3. "Power Reduced", self explanatory. 4. "Front motor disabled", again self explanatory. It's almost like I bought a first generation Model S, although cosmetic wise the car was almost perfect, I managed to had the car coated with Pompanazzi within the 5 days, even the coating guys said the paint was flawless comparing to older paint jobs, Obsidian black is a newer paint option after all. The staff of Tesla service were very polite and patient but I think I was even more patient, with all this problems for a brand new car I wasn't even mad, probably because I have read so many horror stories while I was waiting for my car. They were kind enough to offer me a loaner, an older generation P85+, and I immediately felt the difference, here's a few I'd like to point out: 1. Cabin noise is very notable in the P85+, there are wind sounds from the windows. 2. Doors are not as solid as the newer model Ss. 3. P85+ has stiffer suspension yet body roll is rather severe 4. Seats are like a 90s Japanese car in the P85+ 5. Materials seemed cheap with the P85+ and the white headliner is reflecting all the lights which is a distraction 6. Without the D, the P85+ doesn't really have the performance to call a P. Anyways, I am of course disappointed but am not mad, somehow I was expecting the car to have problems, and I'd rather have them all sorted sooner than later. Now everything are unknown until Monday, all I know is I've got a "software has been updated" notification from my app, hopefully that could sort some things out. Last thing I'd like to point out, the Ultra high quality sound upgrade is not worth it, it is a lot worse than the already mediocre B&O system in my Audi. Attached a photo taken at the coating shop, please excuse the quality it was taken with a cell phone.