Hi, I'm feeling kinda disappointed at this moment with the whole thing - I've ordered an MS 60 in the last weeks to avoid the potential common-sense price hike that would come from having the MS 60 going away, having my hand pretty much forced by the fact that such hike would make the Model S ineligible for substantial VAT benefits in Portugal, where I live. Well Surprise! Since yesterday, with the new Model S pricing, I effectively would have gotten the S 75 with the powered lift gate and glass roof that I couldn't have possibly had chosen (on the penalty of breaking the VAT limit), for the same price as the M 60 now 8k devalued and waiting for the boat to crosse the Atlantic. Sure, I'm aware that one values what he purchases at the time of purchase, and that the 60 is a soft-limited 75 in reality that is now available for "only" a 2k€ fee, so I can "for a little extra money" have a 75 on my hands. Still, it'll be a solid roof, no powered gate, heavily undervalued car I'll be taking delivery of. It's now worth less and it hasn't even arrived at the delivery stand, much less leave it. My SA is trying to get an answer for me, but honestly, they were so in the dark yesterday as myself. What's Tesla previous history with such limit cases? Do they try to make amends, do to they tell you to suck it? I'm sure I'm with a few dozen owners on these extreme time windows in which the order has been built but the car is still on the way. So... what are you doing if you're on the same bandwagon? Thanks!