I am fairly new here, just recently joined since we are now in eyesight of being able to reserve Model 3's (hopefully). I started reading around the forums to see how other folks have been liking their cars, issues that have been popping up, etc. One thing I have noticed, is it seems like service centers are constrained in some areas. People talk about long wait times to get appointments and sometimes long wait times for warranty parts. It seems this also bleeds over to body shops when collision repair work has to be done. What do you think Teslas plans are to improve service center timelines by 2018? Build more service centers? Ramp up repair part fabrication/ logistics? Allow independent shops access to parts/repair? Or, maybe since the M3 will be a more "normal" car, it won't have the more complicated items like the MS door handles and may have better reliability out the door? I live in Southern California right now, but by the time the Model 3 is actually released, I will probably be back in the DFW area. Right now there is only one SC there I believe, and I do worry what that will be like once the Model 3 is fully out.