First off, this is NOT another thread to debate the merits of the ongoing 90/120 kW supercharging debate. If you do not feel that Tesla needs to do anything about the situation and have a "you get what you get" attitude, then please do not respond to this poll in any form. For those that are interested in seeing an upgrade route being eventually offered, my question is simple: Would you accept a refurbished pack given that it will be heavily discounted when compared to purchasing a brand new battery? Yes, I would accept a remanufactured B/C/D pack at a heavily discounted price. No, I would only accept a brand new pack. Perhaps Tesla would differentiate between B/C/D packs, much in the same way you can go to Apple and purchase a refurb iPad 3, 4, or Air. I definitely wouldn't have a problem with a refurb D pack getting put into my car. Also, this would help TM make the business case as it would not impact new deliveries one iota.