I am curious about how the Model S handles the snow in the upper midwest. I am in Minnesota, and while winters don't seem to see as much snow as years past, there are still a couple of good snowfalls each winter. I am a Model 3 reservation holder, and I planned on going with the D version to get AWD. That said, I have been looking at used Model S's as the prices are looking pretty good for the RWD models. What those of you that have been driving them for the last couple of winters think? Are snow tires a must, or have you gotten by with all-season tires? Thanks!