I picked up my P85 yesterday. Short of walking into a showroom and buying a loaner, it may have been the fastest Model S transaction ever. I think they must have taken pity on me. I got the word last week that my 60kWh Model S was going to be declared a total loss after my accident on 5/25. Shortly after hearing the news, a senior member of the sales team reached out to me, having been told by his colleague in the body repair program that I would be seeking a replacement Model S. In the interim, I had been driving a 2003 VW Jetta with 150,000 miles and a manual transmission. So Friday morning, I tell him exactly what configuration I wanted. I told him I wanted a carbon copy of my previous car. Unfortunately, the exact copy wasn't available. What he had either was the wrong color, different battery size, didn't have the pano sunroof, or some other configuration difference. He did have P85's and P85+ available in my colors/options choices. I ultimately decided on a P85 with 19" wheels. Within 2 hours of my giving him my configuration preference he had the wheels exchanged and the rear facing seats removed from a VIN we had identified. The car was supposed to go to San Rafael to be a loaner but hadn't left Fremont yet. So I identified a car on Friday afternoon and took delivery on Monday. That must be some sort of record. We had a great tour, at the end of which we saw the Motor Trend Car of the Year trophy which now sits atop one of the early Model S prototypes on display at the Factory.