I chalk this all up to there being very few SCs, so many people bringing in their cars for every little scratch and alignment issue, as well as initial QC. The short story for me since I already have posted about it before, is 15 miles after delivery of my Model 3 I had braking errors, all in the electronic control area. I immediately returned the car for repair and got a loaner. That was on July 12. Since then I have not heard a word from service on the cause or estimated time for fixing it. I received some immediate (automated) texts about them getting ready to look at it the first two nights, but that is it. I was contacted from a delivery specialist a few days after delivery to make sure I am enjoying the car where I shared my problem. He has checked with service and relayed a few messages but nothing definite. He also told them to call me with an update a few times but I never heard from them. I call the SC for status on July 19 who went to talk to the technical specialist who was supposed to call or text, but that never happened either. The lack of communication is not good. I fear the longer my car sits there it will be picking up scratches and other problems. I heard on these boards about cars sitting for months at the service center waiting for parts or diagnosing something. I think this is one of the downsides of not having dealerships. With the cars going into mass production, there is not an infrastructure to support them for warranty service or out of warranty service since mechanics won't touch them. Where you can get to Ford, Honda, Chevy, etc. dealer with 10-15 minutes from any town in America, there are only two Tesla SCs in my whole state of NJ.