What's the latest on the extended maintenance agreement? Is it officially dead? If so, it's hard not to see this as a Tesla strategy to give their used Roadster sales an advantage over the peer-to-peer Roadster market, or to encourage trade-ins to the S. How are the rest of you coping with owning an out of warranty Roadster? Are you just expecting to shell out $5k here and there for a new PEM and so on? Or are you hoping that there are enough Roadsters out there to support a healthy non-Tesla ecosystem of Roadster parts and service. Tesla ranger's are coming out soon to make their last warranty visit. Anything I should make sure they do? Can they actually do anything about a squeaky interior?