I was going from Palo Alto to Cupertino this afternoon and decided to take a small detour to Tesla HQ to see if there was any Model X cars in the employee parking lot. No luck, just like the last two times... But when I got to this Asian grocery store in Cupertino, I was thrilled to see a blue Model X parked right next to the spot I just pulled into. The owner (a lady) was super nice and asked if I'd like to see how the falcon doors opened and closed. She even showed me how the second row seats worked. The car was beautiful and based on my brief observation the fitting was great. I think there's this "solid" feel about the build of this car that somehow got lost in most of the pictures/videos published so far. It just looked more "significant" in person, both from a quality and an aesthetics perspective, I guess. The falcon doors opened and closed a lot faster than I thought -- I would say there is little time wasted compared with traditional doors. It was a Founder Series with 6 white seats. She told me there's 700 Founder series cars and they've all been delivered, which I'm not sure is the case but wouldn't complete rule out either. Didn't want to look at the VIN number but I shoulda probably asked her about the VIN range. Anyway, here's some pictures. Happy holidays!