(If something similar exists, I'll have the ModXMod merge this, but I couldn't find one, so....) I think I'm gonna need a bigger garage. I just ordered a - P100D Metallic Blue - ie., Best Available Color since our Model S's green no longer is around and we're reserving Red for the Model 3 20" wheels - i.e., best size for bad roads. Of which that's the only kind we have White - We were extremely impressed with this material when we test drove a friend's Model X. And it should remain easier to clean after our dogs have their way than is a leather interior. It also complements terrifically the blue exterior Dark Ash Wood decor - This is Tesla's default trim when ordering White upholstery. Looks similar to Piano Black in many lighting situations; there is subtle grain that otherwise shows up. I'm still considering altering this to the Carbon Fiber alternative, but I'll likely stick with this Black Alcantara dash, headliner, etc. - This is the default (¿mandatory?) option with the White upholstery Five Seats - One of the primary reasons we have been holding off on ordering our Model X has been the unavailability of a folding second row bench. Once this became available a short while back, our resolve dissolved..... If readers otherwise are unaware, this means NO third-row seating. So we will have a vehicle whose interior is like that of other SUVs. Practical - Yay. Not a soccer bus - that's not us. "P" for Performance - means it has Ludicrous. Active Spoiler. Red calipers. Air suspension. But you knew that.... NO 72-amp charger enabled. For us? With our long-distance travels? The reason is: As all should know, such a charger exists in each car; default is throttled back to 48A. We can have it turned on later by paying a $400 surcharge (in addition to the $1500 fee). As SpC build-out continues, and that is independent on on-board charger, that remains the on-road charging of choice. At home, the time constraint of the lower amperage is of little concern At Destination Chargers, overnight is ample for the 48A charge rate If "mid-day" charging, then both rates are slow, so it seems to me ew'd have to choose between, say, three hours or five hours at a frustrating location. Hmm. GOTO Point #1, above. NO Enhanced Audio System. We're not hugely impressed with that on our Model S; besides, I've never been one to consider a fast-moving vehicle as a great venue for great sonics. Autopilot Yes FSDC Yes Waitbutwhy Upgrade Package - The sole reason I wrinkle my brow over the HEPA filtration is Tesla's inopportune naming of it. So I'll be referring to it either as "Biohazard Defense System", or simply as "HEPA filtration". I'm not driving some videogame toy, here! Subzero Package - Of course. But also we're really interested in how those cooled seats function for when we're in Arizona Towing Package - While I enjoyed dismantling the Model S to install the Eco Hitch, between that hitch's price and the time & effort on my part, this option is one of the few available that is a bargain! Ordered 7 December. Current delivery time is suggested as "late March". We'll see!