So, I've been thinking about this a bit. 16 years ago I had to refuse delivery of a new car I had ordered due to quality problems. I inspected the car at the dealership after it had arrived and been prepped and found numerous issues with the fitment of body panels and paint quality. The dealership agreed that the car "could be better" and their offered mitigations (after talking to corporate) included sending the brand new car to their body shop to be "tweaked" as well as additional financial incentives. At the end of the day though, I walked. I didn't want to spend (at the time over $30,000) a lot of money on a vehicle I knew I would never be 100% happy with. What are the options in a similar situation with Tesla? While it's understandable that many owners, after waiting 2+ years for their car will overlook any minor imperfections in the excitement of taking delivery.... some of us might find faults that we can't live with. In some states (mine's one of them) there is a 48 hour cooling off period on any loans and you CAN return that brand new car you bought, even if you signed the contract... you will just be out mileage costs. Thoughts? Flame-suit on.