I have been an early EV convert since 2011 and have been Driving a Volt for my daily driver and have solar panels that make generates extra power for me.....I am the furthest thing away from an environmentalist, but it just made financial sense for me to go electric and I am extremely happy since doing it. All the talk about the negatives of the Volt were totally overblown and I have thoroughly enjoyed driving it till now. My previous cars include an SL500, M6, Jaguar XJ, CL550, Porsche 911, Corvette, and my Escalade so I have been a bit of a car nut myself. I don't usually drive more than 30 miles per day, so I am usually driving the car under full electric power. I hesitated last year buying a Model S, and decided to wait for the Model X because of the lack of financing options. After driving one of my friends Model S, and with the announcement of the the availability of financining, I took the dive and ordered it in May. I was comfortable with the quirky way that Tesla has for test driving the car, but found it a bit strange I couldn't really see the color options(on the cars itself rather than just a palette on the wall)/other options that were avaiable such as the $6500 option for the suspension package to see and drive. I struggled whether to order a 85, P85, or an P85+ and could only use the advice on the forum as well as some reviews of the car that I found on the internet. So I decided, what the heck, lets order the best that Tesla makes for now and cross my fingers and hope I like it......obviously Tesla loyalists such as myself wouldn't hesitate to put $110K + tax on the car, but if Tesla wants to make this a truly successful company that entrenches itself into the fabric of the american culture like Apple did, I think they may have to change the way they do business. I understand it is currently outselling MBZ/BMW luxury cars, but given the reviews and the accolades, and the uniqueness of the car, I expected it to well initially. But what is going to happen when the hoopla dies down....??? As a person who just plunked down a lot of money for a car, I want Tesla to succeed and bring EV's into mainstream. They need to eventually have new cars for immediate delivery in a lot like every other car dealer, especially those who buys a car on a whim, or those who want to see all the different models/colors/configurations available prior to buying it. Also some just like my sister refuse to buy anything on the internet.....I just wonder if the new Gen 3 that will compete with BMW/Audi will be more easily available.... For now, I am excited about finally driving a P85+, and hope it won't disappoint....i think it will be ready for delivery at the end of the month.