So, there's a lot more to this trade-in situation which I'll explain at some point in a new thread, but wanted to ask about this particular point 'cuz I'm ... on the edge with this process. The Roadster is being inspected as part of the trade-in. The inspection will determine the final amount I receive. I've only been given a window of price at this point; basically between X and X + $5,000 ... and if the Roadster is in perfect condition, I get X + $5,000 ... The latest word I have is that I must pay $742 to replace the relatively-new AD08's on the rear with AD07's because the AD08's aren't OEM and not approved for their certified used roadster program. To me, that seems like such BS. They're concerned about the fronts and rears not matching (original AD07's on the front; AD08's don't come in the size for the front wheels). AD08's are practically the same thing, many of us use them without issue, and the idea that front having to match rear (within reason) blows my mind. Yes, I've heard about different tires expanding at different rates ... which for the Roadster might cause issues with the T/C but come on. Anyway, that's how I feel. Am I on crack to feel that way? Who does trade-ins and demands to put the OEM tires back on? Thanks!