Hello everyone! I was positively overwhelmed by the responses to my first post here that helped me decide to join the Tesla family after years of "window shopping". I put my deposit down last week on a 2013 CPO P85, had an electrician install my NEMA 14-50 plug on a new 50 amp breaker and the reality that I actually am doing this is hutting me more and more as the days pass. I'm so excited! I wanted to ask for your tips. I have read this forum so many times, but some of the tip post are older and maybe there may be newer tips people have now. Below are some concerns/questions/thoughts. Feel free to answer any or all or none and just say hello Also, is anyone on this forum from NE Florida? I'd love to meet my local family! 1: Tips with this car and kids? It will be replacing a minivan (for now at least). We already talked to them about no drinks, no junk, etc. My kids listen very well and will honestly try hard to keep it as clean as possible. They have tablets if needed, but anything else in general that helped you as a family? I was thinking about getting covers for the back seats, but leaving the front as is. They are the performance leather. Anyone get these? I was thinking about ordering them so they are here when I pick up and have them go ahead and pop the back seat off for me to install. Tesla Model S Full Piping Seat Covers: Wet Okole Hawaii 2: Going to try to say this without sounding snobby...? I don't live in the upper class side of town where you see Teslas here. In fact, I have seen one in person, on the road that is, in my daily commute. And that was on the upper class side of town. I don't come from money and I will turn 30 shortly after my Tesla delivery. So I am not at all your typical Tesla owner. I have the ability to comfortably afford my Tesla because of many reasons, such as 15 yr mortgage at 2.5% interest that's almost paid off, 845+ credit score so my loan is 2% on the Tesla, and I went CPO to get more for my money. I am excellent with money, I save a lot for many reasons (such as my children's college tuition). But even though I am coming from having bought a brand new, more expensive top of the line minivans a few years back (which most people don't know are pricy) to a well known expensive luxury car, not to mention a Tesla, I will get very rude snobby comments about it. Like "must be nice to have that money" or "big baller!" But in an obviously rude way. Has anyone been in this similar scenario, and if so, how did you manage the comments? I have been teaching my kids about Tesla and electric cars and the environment, and they have become walking advertisers for the earth's health and EV's. They now see the van as a gross earth killer... Maybe I should have started the talks closer to delivery 3: what are some of your favorite accessories? I'm thinking all weather/rubber mats for the inside and trunks, as well as keyfob holders and seatbelt guards (to help with the belt sitting at my neck). I have a lot of things saved on Amazon and a few websites I've found through here. I tend to over shop accessories though so feedback is great. 4: my MS will come with 21's. I am a fairly conservative driver. For starters I typically have my kids on the car, second I fear spreading tickets anyway. I like perfect records, and well, insurance hikes are not something I prefer to have. But even so, I know the 21's won't last as long. I also hear the 19's are a nicer ride. Should I look into getting 19's anyway? The 21's look so nice though, but sometimes it's better to forgo looks. We don't do winter/summer tires in FL so its all year wear. 5: Anything else? CPO delivery tips? "Do this right after pick up!" Etc. I look forward to your feedback, so happy to be part of the family! Its been a long time coming.