Hi Folks, Anyone out there, like me, recently place an order for a 70 (rwd), but now you're thinking, Jeez, should I go for the 70D or even the 85? I've got 2 days left in my change window before the order is confirmed, so if I'm going to change my mind, the time is now! Couple of data points which have led me to my current choice of the "base model" 70 rwd: Battery: My car park is being wired up for home charging, so range should never be a concern. Any current owners out there with real-world impressions on range? I live out by the Gold Coast and drive into Central 2-3 times per week, about 55km round trip. Handling: I've always done perfectly fine with RWD cars, and given Tesla's naturally low center of gravity, and Hong Kong's mostly temperate weather, I'm struggling to see much value in the AWD option, aside from possibly better handling in a rainstorm, plus a bit of extra power & extra range. Weigh that against the reduced frunk space with the D, and it's really kind of a toss-up. Speed: My Tesla is going to be a family car. Most of the time driving around with a child in the back. Most of the time I drive conservatively, but who doesn't like to gun it on the highway from time to time to get around a slow-poke? Or gun it off the line to get ahead of a minibus when you need to do a quick lane change? ....If you feel me. Acceleration: I test drove an 85 and not surprisingly, when I floored it around Castle Peak Rd / Ting Kau, it blew my socks right off. "Kid in the back" notwithstanding, I yearn to have that kind of unbridled power at my disposal at all times, even if I'm only rarely ever going to use it. Anybody out there currently driving a 60 or 70, with real-world impressions about how it stacks up to the 85 in terms of that raw power & acceleration? Numbers are numbers, I get all that. But in terms of subjective "feel".....are they comparable? Popularity: I've been told that the 85 is the most popular option in HK, but saying that, the 85 has been around longer than the 70, so I'm not sure how much it matters. I don't really envision myself selling the car on the open market (more likely will finance thru ORIX and take the 75% buy-back and trade in for a new model in 3 years time). Although, it's always good to keep one's options open, and for that reason, I'm wondering if the 85 might not be a better choice, for potentially trading in down the road. Thanks in advance for all insights & opinions of the group. Overall I'm inclined to believe that there really is no such thing as a "bad" Tesla, so no matter what I go with in the end, it's going to be straight-up amazeballs. But if I can justify the D option or the 85, and there are some compelling reasons to consider it that I haven't thought of, then naturally, I'm all ears. Thanks All!