So I am just a bit over one month in with my Model S 90D. 2,700 miles in 33 days. I love the car. I hate the little issues. Quality control can clearly improve. Preamble: I picked up my car on Apr. 16. I was really disappointed that I missed the changes (new nose, improved range, adaptive lights) by a week or two and wasn't given an opportunity to delay production. Oh well, I understand -- they fully lived up to the contract and their obligation... but I am still a little upset They did include the new center console to soften the blow. With my current issues, I scheduled a service appointment -- the soonest was over two weeks out at the Dublin Tesla. Not great. And my running list: 2 weeks ago I noticed that the cap on the driver-side mirror was the wrong color (!). The car is Obsidian Black, the cap was flat black. Not too jarring, and the reason it took me two weeks to notice. They did replace that within a week. So all good. But come on, that's just silly. I hear a tiny buzzing or rattling that emanates from the steering column, the gear stalk, or thereabouts on some roads at high speeds (60mph+). It's not loud, not consistent, but very, very annoying. Last time I took the car in, they asked me to replicate the issue. I told them I can't as the issue is sporadic. We went on a 5 min drive where the issue hasn't occurred. But it keeps happening. Video recording is tricky when driving, and the sound is hard to get from an iphone recording when it does occur. Now I need to convince them, show them in an extended drive perhaps. I hate having to do this. The lid in the center won't stay open any more as of a week ago. Had someone in another Tesla service center take a look, they couldn't fix it quickly, requires service. Come on, 2 weeks to failure? I have a dead spider in the rear light (the trunk lid portion of the rear left light). Seriously? How the hell does this happen? The black plastic panel on the driver door just below the glass, where my left elbow usually ends up... it clicks. A little clicking sound if you press lightly on that part of the plastic... or just put an elbow there. Like something is not sitting quite right. Big deal? No. Annoying? Definitely. There is a sort of a raised wavy line on the rear seat towards the edge -- it is on the top of the seat, maybe 20" long. Not terrible, and I guess could be attributed to the "character of the leather", except the rest of the leather is perfectly smooth, with no color or texture variation. So no, not "character", a defect. So far, that's it. I still absolutely love the car. Auto pilot is my favorite feature, and I use it a lot. I use TACC even more when I don't trust the auto steering. Just saying that on a $100K+ car, quality control and tolerances should be much better. I know I am not the first to say this, so apologies if I am beating a dead horse. Die horsey, die! Rant over.