Visited the Atlanta (Decatur) SC this morning. The lot had over 100 Model 3s awaiting delivery (I stopped counting at 100, but there weren't too many more than that). None were AWD per an employee I spoke to. Another employee said the number of cars was down about 50 from where it stood when they got to work Monday morning. VINs observed ranged from 28xxx to 50xxx. Build dates observed were all June/July, although it's possible some of the lower VINs I saw were built earlier (not all cars I saw had the sticker visible). I was a little bit surprised to see any July builds already this far east, and roughly half of the cars with visible build dates were July (evidence of the production rate remaining high this month). During my 30 minutes in the showroom, I saw 3 deliveries occur, and another 5-6 buyers in process although the delivery people were clearly already running behind today, frustrating the new owners. My guess is there are ~6 deliveries per hour scheduled today. So at first I was shocked at all the inventory sitting in the lot, but soon I was happy to see that the inventory is getting to owners fairly quickly. Cash conversion cycle is critical for Tesla these days, and there is a ton of room for improvement. I'm now thinking about applying for a part-time job just to help with deliveries on the weekends/peak days. There were maybe two Model S and two Model X amid the 100+ Model 3s.