Stop blaming the body shops. My car's timeline of posts show it was torn down and parts ordered in less than 2 weeks after the accident. Even a supplemental order was placed by wk4. I even ordered RFS in February, and that parts kit shipped almost immediately. Fact is the stamping and supplier lines are focused on production, not legacy or warranty parts. It's a gap in the business model and will take time to fix. I understand that. And thankfully, for the eager and persistent, once you find the way to make the squeaky noise (media attn; getting insider direct phone numbers; going to Deer Creek lobby; making a scene at the factory service dept,...i digress) will tend to unstick parts. I don't expect an apology, I'm happy to get my car back tomorrow and start shopping for Model S #2 after taxes are done next week. Won't drive anything but Tesla. Still the best car on the road to me. As for 3rd parties, hello job boom in the midwest. Places like Johnson Controls Automotive, Magna, etc..have underutilized plants all over Michigan (at least in Holland). Any one or two of them could contract to invest in aluminum stamping lines and start churning out parts WITH QUALITY. I've walked those lines where Buick headliners are stamped two lines down from where on one side of the aisle a Ford Explorer door panel is molded and the other side is for Mercedes. Flexible tooling lines, JIT methodology, and well tuned to the high volume demand of line-down penalties.