I'm a firm believer in not cluttering up forums with redundant posts. However, I believe everyone shares my sentiment. My observations... So, my Model S was delivered on Thursday and I must say it looks better then I pictured. I did take it out that day to get an inspection sticker which I was required to do within 7 days (I like to get it done right away). As I'm currently a Nissan owner and brought it to my usual Nissan dealership. Reason being, they know how to inspect electric vehicles. I'm friendly with most of the employees there so I pretty much put the head mechanic on the spot to do the inspection. There may have been a little jabbing happening on my part regarding getting fingerprints on the headliner. He usually gives me a hard time back, however, was a little more reserved. I told him if he did, I would put him in the frunk and ride around at high speed. Oddly, he didn't seem to mind this... So, I took the opportunity to ride back on the highway and did "goose" the car a little while on the on-ramp. There was a rather large white SUV behind me who seemed to enjoy the fact that I disappeared in short order. Now, by "goosing" I mean I just slightly depressed the accelerator. Not matted the car to see what it would do. This I already knew. Now, as I think we all do as Tesla Evangelists, I took my brand new baby around to show it off. To that, apparently I am now the favored fun park amusement ride. I'm going to save the occupants responses to my depressing the the pedal a little more, shall we say, with meaning. I'm sure you've all heard it before. By the way, a 6'4" tall man in the back seat can and will hit there head on the brace behind their head upon spirited acceleration. Oops! My only concern, is how much stress these "spirited accelerations" put on the car (battery, etc.). So I'm trying to refrain from doing them. I would be interested in hearing others thoughts on this. I want to oblige, but it is my baby after all. The "spaceship noise" as I've come to refer to it was present albeit very faint. I guess I couldn't really hear it over the expletives and giggling going on. The expletives may have been due to the back seat passenger smacking his head. I may have not warned them before the ride took off. Oops again. My bad. And for the record, we're still friends. As an IT executive, I must say that it's certainly intuitive. Starting to learn where things are on the center console. However, I'm having a problem with the basic stuff (like the cruise control). Oh well, I'll figure it out. Weird huh? I may have flashed my high beams when I meant to clear the windshield. Everyone was taking pictures, which I wasn't overly thrilled with as my baby was looking a little dusty. We had a light rain the night before and, as is normal in New England, cars get dusty. It wasn't looking perfect. They didn't seem to care. It's extremely difficult during short errands not to have fun. Part of me wants to play, part wants to protect my newly birthed child. Damnit! What to do? Air suspension is an absolute must for those of us with steep driveways. I will be parking outside as I don't have a garage at this time. I would also be interested in hearing how many people park outside. Sound system... Nice! Seats... Getting used to them. Mirrors... No need to fold. Storage... Amazing! Side note: should have bought the net for the microwave cubby. Adapters... Yep, bought all of them. Want to be prepared. First Tesla moment... Kid at local College stepped to the side of the road to give me the thumbs up. Tank mode... Installed. Giddyup... Oh yeah! More to follow... P85, Piano black, Pano, Tech, Air, Parking, HiFi, Interior Lighting, Subzero, 19", HPWC.