Just for sport this weekend, I resurrected my old Uber driver account and took to the road as an Uber driver around Boston in my Model X. The looks I got when I pulled up to the curb and opened the falcon wing doors were priceless! Nobody had seen anything quite like it. Just about everybody wanted to talk about the car (except for the Chinese tourists who didn't speak a whole lot of English), and had many, many questions about EV's in general, batteries, range, AutoSteer, adaptive cruise control, the touchscreen, etc. About half the passengers took advantage of the easy BlueTooth connection to play their own music (which I really enjoyed, too -- sometimes I get into a musical rut). The only awkward thing was that people had trouble figuring out how to "load in" if there were more than 2 passengers. The user interface for the 2nd row seats is not intuitive, and most of the time I felt like I needed to get out and assist them getting in. Also, I noticed a tendency for them to be too close to the FWD when it opens, which can impair the opening process. On the other hand, passengers were more willing than usual to sit in the front seat, and universally marveled at the panoramic windshield. It's not something I will make a habit of, but I felt that my day as an Uber driver in an MX was a great opportunity to educate and excite the public about BEV's in general and Tesla cars in particular -- an opportunity I was happy to take. And the ratings? 5 stars for every single trip...and, from most of them, "This was the best Uber ride EV-AH!"