Greetings. I am a current Volt (2014) driver and have already made the decision that my next car will be a Tesla. Before I bought the Volt, a friend was almost begging me to buy a Tesla but I did not even consider that. In hindsight, I wish I would have. I flip cars pretty frequently. Prior to the 2014 Volt, I had a 2013 Passat TDI Sel. Not a cheap car by average means, but in Tesla speak, it is about 1/2 a pretty base S85. I have made the decision that if I am going to drop 85-95K on a car, I will keep it for a long time, especially if I am confident in the technology and the reliability. I thought of putting the deposit down on the X, but feel it will be too big of a vehicle for me. I almost never drive with anyone else, nor do I haul stuff. Is it fair to say that rather than lower MSRP, Tesla tends to offer more features? What has been the pricing trend of the Model S since introduction? Lower or higher? Do they do annual price increases like most traditional car companies? What is the thought of pricing the Model S once the Model X comes out? If I ordered a Model S today, it was pricing at about $91K (before 7.5k credit), S85D with tech and not many other options. In all candor, the earliest that I would order would be about 1 year from now so that it would be a 2016 MY. Just curious what peoples thoughts are. I know that as an early adopter, you pay a premium. But 3-4 years after the Model S release, are people still really early adopters? Thanks for your insight on this.