Love the car. Here are some first impressions. PROS: ROOMY! We have the 5 seat version. Lots of room. For people and cargo. Just moved Son to University ~180 mile round trip. Full car with stuff and people. VISABILITY. For entering traffic view out front/side windows, and even aft is better than my Volvo XC60. NAV. Big screen and small dash map very nice. Can ask it to find things like "Petco" and it works. Better than BMW, Volvo NAV was easily confused. HEADLIGHTS. Had premium headlights in my BMW, std in the Volvo. Tesla forward illumination is near perfect. I'm an old man now (55) and this is a big deal. This was a pleseant surprise. RANGE. Have the 100D. You need to do a LOT of driving to even need a supercharger. Popped into the Woodburn charger just to test the waters. 30 miles in 30 min (@Max charge so slow to top off 30 miles) still 1/2 the time of 220V 40A. CONS Road Noise. I'm thinking of trying to measure this. I suspect the door seals on the falcon wings could be enhanced. It seems like outdoor noise is getting in. I also have LLOYD rubber floor mats which will brighten the sound a bit. This will be an area where work could be done. Or I could wire my Tesla like an airplane and issue aviation headsets to all the passengers. And install an intercom. I'm thinking some adjustments to the door apertures could be made to trap sound before it enters the cabin. I'm thinking this is a better first area to attack than adding heavy sound deadening materials. But it's bad enough I'm thinking about measuring it with equipment. I want to compare with my neighbors Model X to see if mine is inusually noisy, or as I suspect work could be done to help in this area for all Model X's. I don't buy that the absence of an engine makes this more noticible. Get a Decibel meter app for an iPhone, test drive a Volvo XC60 (6 cylinder) at 75 mph, then do the same in a model X. I think the results will bear me out. But I plan to measure this to see what's up. The car would be way awesome if I could cut 10dB of noise out of the cabin. This adds to driving fatigue. SEATS Not quite as comfortable as Volvo seats, but pretty good. Wifey is missing the Volvo XC60 a bit at this point in our journey. But headlights and roominess are big wins to her. Minor glitches. Had NAV stall on voice directions stuttering same syllable for 45 seconds..had to reboot 17" screen to quiet it/recover. First week of ownership summary: "Hi, my name is Ross, I'm a Tesla Owner. It's been seven days since I've bought gasoline."