So, I can write a book by now about the delivery of my Model S. Long story short: it came off the boat with a cracked roof and 3 months later it still isn't fixed. The crack is only visible from the inside and spans the entire roof. It's hard to photograph it but very visible and you can feel it on the inside. I made an approximation of the crack. Anyway, so I've been bothering the service centers on a regular basis to inquire about the status of my roof (I'm currently driving the car as Tesla has deemed it safe to do so), and their response so far has been that they can't get a hold of a roof for me. The latest response, translated, was: "We've ordered the part, but there's no roof available in Europe." This is very worrisome for me. I can drive the car... for now. But the prospect of having something faling on my roof (ever) and rendering my car without a roof, which would be followed by MONTHS of having no car to drive... this seems preposterous to me. Especially when you think that for the past couple shipments there's been only one type of roof available on the S (the full fixed glass). Surely I can't be the only one in Europe with a Model S that needs a roof? Are they selling me lies? Has anyone had his/her roof replaced in the past 3 months? Or is anyone waiting for a roof?