Various tidbits about the Model X from today's earnings call, nothing particularly interesting beyond the scaling down of the 1000 X/week target to something like 800 X/week: The Model S and X I think are generally regarded by very critical judges as technologically the most advanced cars in the world. And so I think they've done well in that respect. .. I've seen Model X production increase by a factor of five from Q4 to Q1, and we continue to make huge strides in volume and quality of the vehicle. And I'm personally spending an enormous amount of time on the production line. My desk is at the end of the production line. I have a sleeping bag in a conference room adjacent to the production line, which I use quite frequently. The whole team is super-focused on achieving rate and quality at the target cost. So I felt very confident in us achieving that goal. .. So with the Model 3 [..] we're really trying to take a lot of lessons learned from Model X, where [..] we put a lot of bells and whistles on Model X and a lot of advanced technologies that weren't necessary for version one of the vehicle. .. [..] X was basically built off of the S platform, but then even more complicated, so unfortunately even harder to make. .. [..] I feel confident that we're going to hit the 2,000 vehicle a week target by the end of this quarter, of which on the order of 40% are X. I'm just telling you that's our internal plan and what we expect to meet. There's no question the X is a very difficult car to manufacture. I think it's unquestionably actually the most difficult car to manufacture in the world, and Bob Lutz would agree with that. I think he said something to the effect that he thought it wasn't manufacturable or something like that. I mean, it's still manufacturable. It's just a hard thing to go for. So, I mean, we have some internal milestones that I think we've achieved thus far that I'm pretty excited about. Friday at 3 a.m. we achieved our first flawless production of the Model X, where we went through the whole production process and had zero issues. That was a great milestone. Still celebrating with the 2 a.m. and 3 a.m. Friday. It was great. And now we are starting to get several in a row that are sort of (57:07) and so it's really gaining momentum very quickly. We feel pretty good about the trajectory of S and X.