I'm a 5 year Volt owner, ordered my MS last year, but didn't take delivery until last Friday. I'm going to start by saying that the Volt is clearly the "gateway drug" to electric vehicle ownership. I took a plunge and got one of the first Volts - trading in my Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 (AWD, 0-60 in 5 seconds wet or dry). My wife thought I was nuts. Well, now she knows I'm nuts. We took delivery of our S90D last Friday in Tampa. The delivery experience was a little disappointing - no red ribbon, boxes so close to the car in the garage that we couldn't really even get a good picture of it. Got the goodie bag with a couple of pens, a couple of fob holders, coffee mug, lapel pin, and that was nice. I have researched this car forever, really went back and forth on some of the options (SAS and UHFS, in particular) and am actually MORE impressed with it over this first week of ownership than I had even dreamed. Are there little quirks with it? Sure - but I'd do it all over again in a heartbeat. I'll focus this review on the couple of things that I struggled with instead of just a general overview of the car. 70D vs 90D vs P90D Many of you might recognize my name from the Speed Regrets thread. I also started a poll comparing the 70 and the 85 at one point too. Yes, I'm absolutely thrilled that I got the 90D over the 70D for speed reasons. I'm also thrilled I got the 90D over the P90D for $ reasons. I really think the 90D hits the sweet spot for performance AND range AND price. Smart Air Suspension (SAS) I went back and forth - did polls with folks here - drove both cars with SAS and coils - and ultimately made the decision to get the SAS for efficiency and range. While it might not amount to much, the lowering of the car is cool, but more importantly, it does add another 2-3% to the range depending on who you ask. That, coupled with the 19s instead of 21s, could get me another 5% overall. So, I'm happy I added this option. Ultra High Fidelity Sound (UHFS) This was actually the LAST option we added - again, I did another poll here too. I know $2500 can get you a good (probably better) sound system than the UHFS, but I didn't want to have to deal with getting it added afterwards, having the inside of the car ripped apart, and have another system installed. (However, if I did, the NVX is the way to go, IMHO). I've tweaked the settings and currently have the Dolby on, and my settings at+8.5, -3.5, +8.5 for bass, middle, treble, respectively. I'm getting pretty good bass response from this setup. Overall, I can't say enough great things about this car. My wife wanted us to get our dream car - which used to be a Corvette when we got married 17 years ago. Now, I think we both know that dreams change and we're absolutely thrilled we have a back seat for our 16 year old in our dream car!