Okay, I know the whole 3.0 debacle has some people predicting lower prices for the 1.5. I'm not totally convinced, but it seems to be poor timing for me. I've had this plan to buy a different car every 12 months, but the past two have lasted 18 months and been difficult to give up. It's about that time, and I'd like to get some input to justify/refute my guess at a proper asking price. Now here's the car: 2008 Tesla Roadster version 1.5 Just under 30,000 miles One year (and 20,000 miles) remaining on the extended CPO warranty, which is transferable. Battery replaced in January, with a current CAC just over 154, and still climbing, even after multiple range charges and 200 mile "key on" drives. Base equipment, no hard top, but I did add the NX-5000 single-DIN navigation unit with Sirius (which seems to work without a subscription!?!) 110v connector, MC240 connector (original, 30A), Tesla J1772 adapter, and maybe an original Tesla (not Clipper Creek re-branded) 70A High Power Connector. So, what do you informed folks think it's worth in today's market?