Again, we are talking about pre-orders not orders. When did I say anything about ordering a Model 3? As for the FF91, their free "pre-order" has no collateral, neither in a nominal deposit (as per Tesla) nor a credit card number for future payment. They also don't have a mechanism of verifying identity (as per in-person car unpaid pre-orders where they can verify ID), so people have used made up names for their "pre-order". In FF's case it is no different than an email list of interested people, even though they technically fit the definition of pre-order. However, in practical terms, surely you can see the material difference from someone that put in a $1000 deposit? There's a reason why FF refused to tell how many paid reservations they got.