I have a Model X 90D on order (no VIN yet - July delivery..hopefully!). However, after reading the various threads on this forum for the last few weeks, I admit that I freaked out a little bit. The Model X is going to replace a BMW X5 which has proven to be very dependable and I did not think I was prepared for the potential multiple trips to the SC to get things "fixed". We are pretty set on going all electric (our other car is a Nissan Leaf - Also very dependable!) and so I configured a Model S 90D and went to the Marietta, GA Tesla store to speak with my DS and get my order converted to a Model S. The folks at the Tesla store were great (as always) and the DS mentioned that I should be able to convert my order if I want to since no VIN was assigned so far. Since I had never actually driven a Model X before and since the store had a couple of cars available for a test drive, I thought I might as well test drive it since my mind was pretty set on switching to a Model S. However ... after driving the Model X and actually experiencing the car, there is NO WAY I am converting my order Now I know why early owners who in spite of suffering through these build issues still continue to say that this is by far one of the best cars they have driven. The Tesla store had an early VIN (around 1k ish) and a late VIN (i think 6k ish) and the DS showed me a few things that look much more refined now (door alignment, third row seat finish etc..) as Tesla continues to improve the QC and tweak the software/hardware components. Again, given how early we are into the ramp-up process, I expect my car (whenever I get it) to have issues that I will have to deal with. I might also opt to finance the car through Tesla and get the buy-back guarantee just in case (my initial plan was to finance it through a different credit union). However, I am confident Tesla will get this right. They may not build another car with FWD, but they will continue to build, improve and refine the Model X to a point where it will be at least as dependable as the Model S! So now the wait continues..