Hello everyone, I'm set to have my S60 delivered sometime later this month. I've been looking at local detail shops for paint protection, clear bra, window, etc. One place I visited (very close to the Fremont factory) told me about quality issues for new Model S's. He's done many Teslas in the recent past. He said about 90% of people send their cars after delivery and don't notice the issues I'll list, but he does give the complimentary option to go with new owners to the Fremont factory on delivery day to scope out the overall condition of the car. He said in the 10% of people that have him look it, he's noted several problem areas. He had one car recently with the chrome trim not fitting correctly, the hood and doors' alignment being off, panel trim on the inside of doors not lining up, etc. After he noted this to Tesla and the new owner, Tesla said it'd take 34 labor hours to fix these issues. Obviously, the owner couldn't take "delivery" of his car, and Tesla had to give him a loaner for over a week. At Tesla decided to fix these issues, which I did see other forum members write about earlier in previous months. I'm wondering if this is still an issue. My detail guy thinks it's because Tesla is focusing on getting through the large waitlist of the Model X with its complexity, and as a result, the production quality of the Model S has suffered. Have people been experiencing these types of issues with recent deliveries of the new, restyled Model S's?