Q2 financials are particularly important for many of us. More so than any of the previous quarters (arguably). I am wondering if anyone has modeled the financials yet. The key question I have is: what is the (non-gaap) revenue threshold that Tesla needs to cross to ensure a Positive (non-gaap) EPS? I am thinking it should be ~$2B When I say non-gaap I mean with both - lease accounting reversal and - excluding stock based comp For EPS that would be the line item labelled -- "Net income (loss) per share, diluted (Non-GAAP)" listed in page-9 in Q4 shareholder letter with (0.87) reported for Q4. For Revenue that would be -- "Revenues (Non-GAAP)" listed in page-10 in the Q4 shareholder letter with $1,747,024 reported for Q4. I believe these are the metrics that the media follow. Please correct me if I'm off on this.