I just rented a RWD Model 3 overnight as an extended test drive. What a blast to drive! I had a great experience overall. The drivetrain is second to none and the handling was excellent. I am very impressed with the car and I am still considering ordering one. I had a few criticisms of the car and thought that some owners may have some opinions to add from their experience. Here are my nitpicks after 24 hours: 1) Build quality. I'm use to German build quality and this is certainly not up to that standard and I wouldn't expect it to be at this point to be honest. I do feel like some of the interior materials are subpar given the price point though. The doors and the trunk(s) lack that solid feel and the road noise and loud a/c leave a bit to be desired. The center console feels pretty cheap and while the seats are decent, they are not what I had expected. Admittedly, this was an early VIN -- 2017, RWD. I hope they improve this over the next year. I think it would make the remainder of luxury car owners take notice. 2) I didn't seem to miss having the speedo/gauges in the dash much during the day, but at night it was definitely off-putting. There were so few lights inside the car it just felt empty and stark. I think they should add some subtle accent lighting to make it feel more inviting and premium at night. 3) The auto sensing wiper setting was pretty bad. I was constantly having to manually change the setting as the amount of rain fell increased and decreased. I know that this can be improved with software. Are they more reliable on the S and X? 4) The same goes for the auto high beams. They seemed to turn off at random and I noted a lot of false positives with road signs, etc. I've seen videos where they seem to work well on the S and X. This must be software issue as well. 5) The headlights were merely ok. I thought for sure they would at least be adaptive/cornering, but they appear to be fixed. Again, for $50k+ it seems like something that should be standard or at least part of a premium package, etc. 6) The lack of infotainment options is pretty bad. It's basically bluetooth or bust. Enabling Android auto / CarPlay would solve this completely and simply. 7). With all of the cameras around the car why is there no 360 surround view option? That seems like a strange omission to me given it's available in so many other less sophisticated cars. Again, overall a great car. I'm sure I'll pick one up sooner or later. I just don't know if I should wait a bit longer for the car to improve or just jump in now!