Let's be honest. Lover or hater, the missed production numbers are not an encouraging sign. We're all waiting with baited breath for the Q1 M3 production figure. How close - or how far - will it be from the promised 2,500 / week? And you can't ignore paying the bills forever, no matter how exciting your vision. Vision don't pay the bills. Personally, I think they'll miss but be generously close, maybe 6,000 cars in March barring any pro-rated shenanigans like 17Q4 (which they'll probably do anyway). So I think they'll want to announce something to distract from the missed projection again. I predict they'll announce availability of AWD. Tesla's already been registering AWD VINs, we've seen test models in the wild, and it would even increase the average price and their unit margin (very important right now). AWD availability would also open up half the wait-listers. The other potential announcement would be availability finally of the short-range (SR) version. That would open up the rest of the wait-listers and silence many of the haters*, but it would hurt the profit margin they so desperately need. I think that's less likely, although if in fact that model has less physical battery cells, it might allow Freemont to produce more cars with constrained Gigafactory production. What do you think they'll announce besides the Q1 production figures? or will they have no Tesla spin this time? * I'm discounting the white interior for the sake of argument.