I have recently seen several posts from people complaining about problems with their new Model X, often interspersed with "my Porsche never had these issues". Look, it's an expensive car, and I want to be sympathetic with them.... but ultimately I am not. It seems to me the problems fall into several categories: 1. Missing parts 2. Minute imperfections in paint 3. Squeaks 4. New owner not understanding the features 5. User apparently wanted a Mercedes 6. Something broken I am expecting a Model X delivery in just a few days and I *think* my reaction to these issues would be as follows: 1. Ask them to fix the car, it's under freaking warranty forchrissake 2. I don't care 3. WD-40 4. Read the manual, watch the videos Tesla sent you, watch the AutoGefuhl hour-long review 5. I want a car of the future (even the new Audi E-tron dashboard looks prehistoric) 6. Have Tesla fix it, it's under freaking warranty forchrissake You see I'm not buying a Tesla because my Mercedes needed an oil change. Here are my reasons: - I want to see the future of cars before I'm too damn old to put a few miles on one (I'm 62) - I've been waiting since 1976 for an electric car - I want to support Elon Musk - I believe in climate change - I want Tesla to succeed (I bought stock too) - I'm tired of paying money to Middle East oil countries only to have them fund terrorists I think Tesla is an honest company and will fix anything that's broken. But none of these petty issues will put me off one little bit. This is bigger than just getting some fancy new car. This is about the future looking a little brighter than the present and me having a (tiny) part in it.