Thanks, buddy! And you're spot on... I knew if I drove it home I'd be constantly irritated by the fact 4 major parts of the car all need to be replaced and likely won't be for another 2-3 weeks (best case scenario).
I had 2 issues with mine. Foggy rear lights and missaligned frunk lid. They fixed the lights, but the lid could never be perfect.... They tried 3 times.
Problem is with the way the car is made, there is very little adjustment available for all body panels and if the steel frame underneath is slightly off, that's your lot. That's why there issuch big variation with 3s on the front. I'm sure a proper dedicated etailer would probably get it to perfection, but I recon a Tesla SC technitian is not given the time to tinker with it for days...
So basically, if you see an alignment issue, be sure you can live with it - it might be partially corrected, but it will never be perfect.
This car front also has a very easily visible problems. They should really re-design the front to be more adjustable. The light clusters have the same issue, they are bolted straight to the body with very little wiggle.