It's clear that everyone is anxiously contemplating where they'll fall on the priority list after placing a reservation for their future Model 3 next week. So, let's start with what we know. We know that Tesla has explicitly stated that the following three factors will impact the eventual manufacturing and delivery dates of each Model 3 purchased: -Current Tesla Owners/Employees -Price Point (Highest-optioned cars made first) -Location (West to East, starting in the US) Starting with lessons from Tesla's history, does anyone have any concept of the hierarchical relationship between theses three factors as they pertained to sales of the Model S/X? Additionally, to incite some dialogue on this subject, what would you expect, or what do you hope, to be the eventual relationship between these three factors? Which will hold more weight? You can vote in the poll or simply comment sharing your thoughts. I myself am as-of-yet undecided, but I hope history suggests one way or another, and if not, I'd love to be convinced. (For simplicity, lower-case 'xx' symbolizes the smaller battery option, while 'XX' symbolizes the larger battery option) Also, the poll is a rough sketch of something I thought would make sense. If anyone has any option/alteration suggestions, I'm open to hearing them.