I'm interested in seeing what is the base level of configuration people would be happy with, and what they would buy if they could afford anything. The least expensive configuration I would be satisfied with: Model S (Standard) Metallic paint, body color roof, 19" wheels, textile interior 60 kWh battery Tech package Active air suspension Twin chargers Supercharging Sticker Price: $73,070 (w' Federal tax credit) The 208-mile EPA range is far more than I need. Even in the worse conditions, where range is 66% of normal, that's 137 miles, which is still about 2x a very bad driving day for me. 70 miles is the most driving I've had to do in 1 day in the past 12 months. I would buy the Supercharging and Twin chargers for future-proofing, but I would skip the HPWC for now, because I don't have the necessary amps at home to power it. If money were no object, I would buy: Model S (Standard) Metallic paint, body color roof, 21" wheels, textile interior <- I don't want leather interior, or a glass roof. 85 kWh battery (Supercharging included) Tech Package Sound Studio Active air suspension Parcel shelf Twin chargers Sticker Price: $85,770 (w' Federal tax credit) The 21" wheels and Sound Studio would be cool to have, but I wouldn't lose any sleep if I didn't have them. My Honda Civic has a cheap 4-speaker setup, so the basic audio on the Model S is already a big upgrade, and I don't need storage space in the car for songs. I can stream music from my phone. The parcel shelf I don't really need either. Things I want to keep out of sight I'd put in the Frunk $12,700 difference for me between my "base" configuration, and "money-no-object" configuration. The "base" configuration is actually nearly within my affordable range. I just want a car that is a bit smaller than the Model S, because I don't want to have to demolish and re-build my garage. It is too tight for comfort for the Model S.