I'm trying to make sure there aren't any "click here to approve this 30 page legalese document" when I first boot up my Model X with terms I find objectionable. Waiting this long for a car, only to return it over a software licensing clause problem would be intolerable. I've talked to Inside Sales, and they've showed me where to find the Purchase Agreement. They're digging for the EULA, but haven't produced it yet. The purchase agreement is reasonable, clearly written, and doesn't even include an arbitration clause. Shockingly straightforward, and I have no issues with it. However, nobody sells software any more. They license it. I've heard references before, for example, to a license clause banning reverse engineering. I'd like to know exactly what I have to agree to before I plunk down $100k+ for a new car. I'm hoping inside sales will come through eventually with the EULA so I can review it. Just in case they don't: Do you own a model S? Did you have to agree to some sort of software license agreement to use your car? Did you keep a copy of it? Does it show up in your my.teslamotors.com view? I'd like to review the agreement, even if it's the agreement for the model S. If you're not comfortable publicly posting it, please private message me with the agreement. Thanks.