I know that many of us promote Tesla every chance we have. Some of you have promoted your S at car shows. All of us have spoken about the car to friends and neighbors. This week I was the speaker at our Rotary club. I titled my talk "My obsession with alternate forms of transportation." I started with my personal journey of learning to drive during the first OPEC oil crisis back in the 1970s. I moved on to my search about 7 or 8 years ago for alternatives. I test drove a very early Leaf thinking it would be perfect for my wife. She did not like the style so I mentioned that I had heard of a new manufacturer that was planning on producing a sedan. We went and looked at Roadsters. I am 6'-3" so it was too tight of a squeeze. It was also too tight of a financial squeeze with two kids in college in the middle of the recession. We put down a deposit in the summer of 2011 and we attended the factory open house October 2011. I showed pictures of the factory tour and Elon speaking. Then I showed pictures from our delivery and the car charging in our garage last December. I presented the economics of driving an electric car. I showed a 4 minute Motor Trend video announcing the car of the year. One of our members has a BMW M5 so I showed the video of the M5 vs model S. Then I spent most of the rest of the time on supercharging. I showed photographs of our supecharging trips around California. I showed the maps of future superchargers. I showed the video "gallons of light" with the Knapp family. By then I was out of time. I had planned to talk about Consumer Reports and the crash test results. If I had time I thought I might talk about some of the other cars on the market. I think I covered what was important and I could see the light bulb coming on for many of our members. I had some very good questions from members. Afterwards the discussion continued with a few members. I may have to do a part II, we will see.