Want an M3 LR AWD. Thinking about ordering one in the next week or so, so as to have one delivered by year's end and get the $1875 Fed tax credit that still remains 'til then. But, now I'm thinking maybe I should hold off until Q1 2020. My reasoning: 1 – Tesla currently lists a waiting time of 6-10 weeks. We're right up against the high end of that right now. Could easily see Tesla's delivery times 'slip', and miss out on the tax credit. 2 – Even if they do get it delivered by Dec 31, what if I inspect the vehicle, find some significant flaws, and refuse to take delivery? That would ace me out of the tax credit too I'd think, and seems a very real possibility considering Tesla's significant paint and panel-fit issues. 3 – Tesla seems to have some history of lowering prices to offset the loss of various stages of the tax credit. So, seems quite possible that there'll be a price cut sometime in Q1. Which would sure be better than getting NOTHING if Tesla can't deliver a car in delivery-worthy condition by Dec 31. Of course, there's no guarantee of said price cut, or it could be quite small even if it happens, to be fair. So, what do you guys (and gals) think? Do I roll the dice on an order now, or wait for a price-cut in early 2020? What say ye? .