After delivery last July I was not particularly happy with the tire noise or harsher ride (prefer comfort), so I purchased Michelins from the SvC but only because nobody else could access the proper rated tire. I did not really notice any difference from the Continentals (So don't waste your money like I did), but these now have about 5K on them. For the last several days I noticed a "whomp, whomp, womp" sound coming from my rear left tire, as if a weight fell off and the wheel was unbalanced. Before trekking to the SvC, I stopped by Discount Tires to make sure it was safe to do so, or perhaps they could balance the wheel there. He quickly observed I had uneven wear on the 2 rear wheels, not just more outside over the inside, but also "cuppin" on the inside, even I could feel it. I typically keep the suspension on "Standard" when I set it but have it set for "always" lower at speed. I know about the camber, thus the need for side/side rotation. This is really disappointing especially when you can only buy proper rated tires from Tesla, and if this is what the car does to the tires over just 5K miles, I am NOT HAPPY. Perhaps it was defective tires, but unlikely. Gonna stop by SvC tomorrow, I expect them to resolve this Anybody else have this?