I just wanted to take a moment to share a couple quick thoughts, especially in regards to the ease we have of complaining about our Tesla's. From some of the stories I've read here at TMC, I felt rather lucky when I picked up my MX 90D last month and ONLY had a piece of misaligned trim, two minor FWD misalignments, a sticky power port and a couple small paint defects. Everything else on the car worked well, and the interior was immaculate. After taking our MX in last week at the Denver service center and a couple day delay getting the vehicle back due to the FWD alignment issues, I had an appointment to take the MX over to our friends at Colorado Detail for some tint work, llumar films wrap and GTechniq Crystal Serum treatment. In one of the bays at the time was a brand new, just delivered Lamborghini Huracan. Colorado Detail's owner, after going over some of the paint defects on my MX showed me some serious paint defects on the Lambo, along with misaligned trim, etc. The reason for showing me? He wanted to let me know, virtually every car he sees has some issue, particularly when it comes to paint and body, even $200k supercars. I appreciated the reminder that we really are dealing with technologically advanced, yet still almost custom hand built cars. So, should we expect better of Tesla when our cars come with issues? Absolutely. At the same time, its good to remember even Audi, BMW, VW and more sometimes can't get out of their own way with their own build and finish issues.