Hello Tesla owners! I just put my order in for my Midnight Silver LR Model 3 here in Hawaii. My car is still on a ship heading to Oahu where it will stay for 5 days and then it'll ship out to me on Maui So I've been waiting years and years to get a Tesla and I thought that this was the time to get one. Unfortunately I still have many reservations (still bought it though XD) about Tesla's quality. When I still lived in California my friends father bought a Model S, my buddy bought a Model X and someone else in the family has a Model 3. EVERY single one of those cars had problems, minor problems but still problems. Now I was always saying thats what you get for reserving a car and getting the first generation of any model regardless of which manufacturer you go to this isnt a Tesla specific problem. Now I've seen many articles on checklists to go through when you take delivery. Are there any things that I should look out for at delivery that you would recommend that wasnt mentioned on a checklist? I see paint problems being listed as something to look out for, but for every paint complaint I see, I see a buttload of Model 3 owners that have at least 10k miles with very little problems regarding the paint. I am especially worried about the paint since I have to go to Kihei a few times a week for my job and it is a very salty area where you can always spot an old car that wasnt taken care of that has chips in the paint or pieces of the lower panel falling off. Can anyone give me tips on how to spot a bad paint job? I know nothing about the painting process of a car and all of the problems I see on forums are always spotted after they get the vehicle home. Here on Maui we have no Tesla store so I will be taking the delivery at a golf course which is outside and I'm not sure if that will alter my ability to see any defects, if there are any at all. I do plan on getting a bunch of after market things to help with the care of the car. Door handle wrap, headlight wrap, alloygators if I can find someone here to install it (we have no authorized alloygator installers), and mudflaps in terms of the exterior. Thanks for any help!