Thought I would chime in here with my experience buying a "CPO" 2015 P90DL recently. Overall, I'm very pleased with my experience despite some of the horror stories I've read on here. Each step was pretty smooth except for some coordination with the delivery advisor which I'll detail more below. The condition in the photos was exactly the condition when I went to go pick up. 3/7: After about a month of searching, I finally place a deposit on "the one". The pictures showed 1 dime sized ding on the bumper, 1/2 inch of curb rash on the rear passenger wheel, a couple rock chips and a couple interior scuffs. All normal wear and tear in my opinion. These pictures were much higher quality than most of the other listings too. 3/8 (Friday): Used Sales Adviser contacts me and we discuss delivery vs pickup out of state and some other items. He was very responsive and answered any questions I had. I complete some of the paperwork on the Tesla account like insurance, drivers license, etc. He then says I will be contacted by the delivery adviser (DA) within 24 hours 3/11 (Monday): I had not heard from anyone though I figure it was because it was a weekend. I ask sales when I would be contacted and again I was told within 24 hours 3/12 EOD: Still have not heard from anyone and send another message and again he said I will be contacted within 24 hours 3/13: Finally hear from DA. I ask to change from delivery to pickup to make it a mini roadtrip experience and avoid waiting 3 weeks for delivery. I then ask about range of dates that I can pick up but he doesn't really give me a clear answer, because he is not sure when the car will be ready for delivery but in general he said it will be ready in less than a week. I explain saying that I live out of state and need to buy tickets at least 7 days in advance to avoid high prices. I end up picking 3/22, telling the DA, buying a plane ticket, hoping that the car will be ready by then. 3/14: Car has been funded by myself and my bank. All steps complete from my end. 3/15: DA says 3/22 will not work because the location is already booked up for appointments. This would have been nice to know earlier. I changed the pickup to 3/21 since I could fly in and go straight to Tesla provided no hiccups along the way. 3/21 (Day of pickup): Fly into Orlando (geez, there is a lot of traffic and tolls here), arrive at the dealer about 30 mins early. We sign a couple papers and I look at the condition of the car. It was pretty much exactly as described in the photos (no better, no worse). Along with the exterior/interior condition, it came with 2 fobs, parcel shelf, UMC bundle with adapters, software was up to date, supercharging enabled, etc All the things you all told me to check were working/present! There was a message about the key fob battery low but I fixed that once I got home (just remove the battery, pop it back in, then lock/unlock the car) 3/21 - today: Roadtripping, supercharging, loving the car I'm a diehard ICE enthusiast ever since I had a Countach poster hanging on my wall as a kid. Always drove sports cars, loved modding / repairing cars but the S just fits into my life so well as a daily driver. It's funny, modern ICE cars are trying so hard to be smooth and quiet like an EV that they end up just being boring. There's not many new, affordable ICE cars that are truly exciting IMO. So why not try something that is inherently smoother/quieter/quicker if it works with your commute/routes/lifestyle/etc Acceleration is just so smooth and effortless. Loads of practicality, great looks, and cheap "mpg". Never had range anxiety during the roadtrip back, the built in Tesla app nav works fine except for lack of waypoints. Wind noise at 70mph+ is a bit higher than I'm used to but maybe it's because it's amplified to due no engine. Roadtrip copilot (brother) is equally impressed with his first time driving a Tesla but I'm hoping he will buy a roadster instead Just want to say thank you to everyone on the forums here, there is so much great info. Looking forward to ownership.