First post. Ordering a Model S today at the UTC La Jolla store in San Diego. Went for a test drive a few weeks ago and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. From the quality, quietness, and acceleration of the car to the lack of a typical car salesman to pressure me into buying that day, it was awesome. The guy even said based on my driving history that I shouldn't get the twin chargers, I probably don't need the air suspension, and I definitely don't need the HPWC. I will get a 14-50 outlet installed. I've read a lot of the threads here the last couple of weeks mainly around option choices. There are obviously some difficult decisions judging from the number of threads posted on this topic, and I'm feeling no different with respect to waffling on some options. I suppose it is hard to go wrong on any choices as it really comes down to personal preference and price. I live in the San Diego area (year-round temperate climate), and commute about 32 miles a day round trip. My main motivation for doing this is to get off gasoline and to use the carpool lane while driving by myself. :biggrin: I've also got solar panels on my house, and the idea of driving on sun power is kind of cool. My previous most expensive car was a 2010 Lexus IS 350 which came in around $44K. I'm going to replace a 2003 Acura MDX with this Model S - the cargo room is unbelievably similar in the S as it is in that gas-guzzling SUV. Don't want to wait for the Model X. At any rate, here's what I intend to go with: - 85 kWh - Blue metallic paint, tan nappa leather seats, obeche wood gloss decor - all glass panoramic roof (definitely did some waffling on this one) - 19" wheels (I guess a tire upgrade comes automatically with the 85) - tech package (this is a must IMO - I can't imagine this car without it) - Parking sensors (wife insisted - probably a good thing to keep her from scratching my new baby :wink - Parcel shelf The guy at the store said I should go with the 60 kWh + supercharger enabled and save $8K since I don't commute that far, but I figure I'll probably go on a road trip 1-2 times a year, and I would like to reduce as much range anxiety as possible on those trips. Thoughts?