So today was supposed to be THE day. After scrambling over the past week to arrange financing, fill out and send Tesla's paperwork, getting insurance quotes for my Model S, clearing out my garage, arranging for the sale of my current car, etc., etc., I was eagerly awaiting the delivery of my vehicle today. For logistical reasons, I was having Tesla deliver the car to mother's house 45 minutes away from my house. At 10 AM I received an email notifying me that the car was being loaded and will be delivered to me in 4 hours. As I'm driving to my mother's house thinking of what the first song I'll play in the car, where I'll test out the 0-60 speed, which fancy restaurant I'm going to tonight, etc., a Tesla rep calls and tells me that during loading a cable struck and shattered the sunroof. He said that the only thing that is damaged is the sunroof itself and that there is no other structural or body damage. Obviously, the sunroof now needs replacement and my delivery will be delayed at least by a few days. I told him to send me pictures of the damage asap. Here are my questions: What should I inspect when I finally do receive the car? What kind of compensation should I ask for from Tesla? Does this damage (even after repair) depreciate the value of the car? Are there any other issues I should address? Where can I get therapy for this?