I had a great afternoon with the Model S. Got four great tickets by the first base dugout and a parking pass for today's Sox-Royals game in a silent auction 10 days ago (at a charity benefit at the Seaport Hotel, where I charged for free in a space right next to the elevators). Took our son and a friend and his son. Picked them up early because they wanted to check out the Tesla so after a brief jaunt at speed on Route 2 we took Memorial Drive to the BU Bridge and Fenway. Our parking was in the Ipswich St. Garage, which meant we turned into Lansdowne St., needing the help of police to stop people crossing long enough to get in. It was quite an unusual drive down the block - an EV is not the best car to drive through/behind a crowd of people heading to a ball park. I opened the sunroof and turned up the music some, but mostly tapped on the horn periodically. We got some interesting looks and more than a few "that's a Tesla!" comments - didn't notice anyone taking photos but I was focused on avoiding people including a very tempting guy dressed as a bowling pin advertising a bowling alley nearby! Had to stop for a bit when we got to the line at one of the entrances, so that two policemen could part the crowds Moses-like, enabling us to drive through. I wish my son had taken some photos or video - it was quite an experience and I hope some good visibility for the Model S. When I discovered the lot was valet - my first valet experience - I quickly turned on creep and gave him a rundown as he'd never driven one before. I also half-jokingly informed him that I had an app that can show the car's location at any time, to which he replied "so we should take it to the airport?" giving him and his fellow driver a good laugh. We returned to find they had parked it in the best, most visible spot by the entrance. Though the game's outcome was disappointing (4-2 loss), the weather, atmosphere, friends, Fenway Franks and the drive there and back made for a great day. My friend repeatedly said "I love your car" and mentioned his 120-mile drive to their place near Provincetown would be perfect when we discussed range. Perhaps a future Gen III customer, or even Model X?