My Model S is arriving in about a month, and I'm getting my garage ready. I've ordered a few functional goodies that I thought other owners might want to consider, as well. I'm ordering my car with 21" and 19" wheels with the intention of making the spring/fall switchover myself. I already own a 2-ton floor jack and a modest air compressor. When the Tesla TPMS reset tool becomes available, I'll probably pick up one of those too, as the nearest Tesla Service Center is several hours away. Most of this gear relates to tire pressure maintenance and seasonal wheel changing. Doing this work in my own garage will remove the risk of having unfamiliar local mechanics lifting and working on the car. These items are from Griot's Garage, a good source if you want to buy quality that will last... 1. A wall mounted tire rack to keep the second set of wheels out of the way: http://www.griotsgarage.com/product/heavy-duty+wall+mounted+tire+storage+rack.do?sortby=ourPicks&page=3 NOTE: See the cautionary note about using this type of rack further down this thread. 2. An auto retracting air hose, a very nice convenience that will encourage regular tire pressure checks: http://www.griotsgarage.com/product/auto+retracting+air+hose+reel.do?sortby=ourPicks 3. A digital tire inflating gun for checking/adding/removing air from your tires. Has a clip that keeps the gun attached to the tire valve. One-hand operation. Best $50 I ever spent: http://www.griotsgarage.com/product/digital+tire+inflating+gun.do?sortby=ourPicks 4. A garage vacuum with a long hose and high-capacity motor. This one is also very easy to empty: http://www.griotsgarage.com/product/garage+utility+vacuum.do?sortby=ourPicks 5. A 1/2-inch-drive torque wrench for getting those lug nuts tightened correctly. (Be sure to order the 1/2" version.) I do not intend to use an air wrench. Check with Tesla Service for the correct torque value. UPDATE 5/2/2013: Tesla Service says the correct torque spec is 175N.m. (The previous setting was 140N.m. - used until March 2013) Proxxon 23353 Torque Wrench Micro Click 200 S, 1/2-Inch - Amazon.com NOTE: A 'breaker bar' that accepts 1/2" sockets is a good tool for loosening lug nuts - available at any auto parts store. Use both this tool and the torque wrench with a 6" socket extension, to keep them from touching the wheels. 6. A set of 1/2" protective lug nut sockets. Unlike ordinary sockets, these will protect the finish on your wheels. Griot's used to sell these, but I found an alternative at Sears: NEIKO Neiko 1/2 Dr. Thin Wall Torque Socket Set with Magnetic and Protective Sleeves - Metric - Tools - Ratchets & Sockets - Sockets & Socket Sets 7. A nice hook for the Tesla charging cable. I've seen this one in several garage photos on TMC. Available at Home Depot or online here: Racor - Large J-Hook - Tornado Hooks - 00520 I'm sure I'll think of a few more things after the car arrives.