One realization that gave me pause before committing to the purchase of my Tesla is the fact that I'm almost halfway between 2 of the current Service Centers (Raleigh, NC (146 miles) and Tyson's Corner, VA (182 miles). When I created my order, I was under the assumption (a false one, perhaps?) that the Ranger service would stay at $100 per visit, which made me feel better about the fact that if I had an issue (even under warranty) that prevented me from driving the car to the "nearest" service center, I would be able to get someone to work on it in a reasonable time and for a reasonable price. I've heard that the recent shift has been to charging a fee "starting at $100" for the Ranger service and if they charge mileage over a certain distance, I might as well ship the car to the service center by carrier rather than pay the mileage fee. (I'm only being partially facetious, here folks). I'm praying that I don't have to find out what that might entail. As more Teslas hit the roads and (hopefully) as Tesla ramps up their Service Center support to be able to handle the increased number and geographic dispersion of cars, we will see more Service Center locations open around the country (world) that make it more convenient for owners that don't live near a current one. Does anyone know if there is a list of proposed Service Centers (a roadmap like Tesla has for the SuperChargers)? I've asked Teslarati.com to create a new map for proposed/under construction/open Service Centers, but have not heard anything back yet. Another good map would be for Tesla approved body shops (which in Virginia, at least, are very scarce, indeed). I know we don't like to dwell on "what-ifs", but as it was in my case, it may be a make or break (pun intended) decision in the overall purchase process.