This is not a rhetorical question. I have an BMW i3 and I'd like to dump my "long range" Mercedes diesel and purchase a Model S. I've resolved my "long range anxiety" and come to peace with the supercharger network and destination chargers. But I'm not ready to make the purchase decision. My current concerns are: - After four years, the Model S is due for a style update. - P90D owners are reporting range well below the rated range and being told it's a s/w problem. - These threads are full of the niggling problems that should not still exist in a four year old platform (e.g., audio app, nav program, display auto -dimming, etc.). This is a car, it should work reliably. All the time. I don't like the idea of "release X.x broke Y, but they say they will fix it in X.xx. Soon....". Shades of Microsoft. Is anyone else lurking or posting in this forum who is waiting to make the buy decision? If so, what are you waiting for? What does Tesla need to do to make the sale?