Hello, apologies if this has been discussed but the keywords seem to be quite common. I bought an i3 while waiting for the Model X. Really love it actually--if the size/range meets your needs, it's an amazing funny little car. Driving dynamics and everything is superb. Had a chance to spend some time with the Model X recently. Wow, what a vehicle. Just amazing. However, I've been spoiled by some things on the i3 that I wish were on the X. I'm curious if anyone feels the same way or knows about future plans. Biggest wishlist feature would be true "one pedal driving" like the i3. The regenerative braking is strong and will completely slow the car down to a stop. Very easy to modulate. Takes a day or two to get used to it, but then it's a revelation--you only need to use the brake for unexpected deceleration. It also is very good about keeping the brake applied until you are ready to go again. Just a really polished experience overall. Having to use the brake pedal on the X left me feeling like I took a step back in technology. The X/S absolutely could do this with some simple software changes, and I can see why it doesn't--it feels more like a normal car to have the X behavior. The BMW i3 is strange from the moment you see it through learning how it drives, but once you get used to it you wonder how to go back again. Anyone else share this feeling? I work in software, makes me wish it was easy to just write custom firmware for the car and share it to whoever wants a similar feeling. Yes there's security/safety issues, but it could be made simple so you can only mess with the bits that are cleared tweakable. I also thought the drive selector stalk was kind of an odd "old style" thing that stood out, but that's just minor. Overall I loved the X. Is one Model X worth two or three i3s? That is the real question. But it's amazing no doubt.