Yeah, I'm in the wrong place for that. Seriously want to take the plunge and put in the order. Feedback appreciated. I'm mostly using this post as a way of helping me think through a major (and fun!) decision. Background: I'm a car nut, one of those type A car personalities. My daily car right now is a 2006 CLK convertible and I love it -- it is a perfect car for socal: fun, convertible, luxurious, and looks fantastic. But if I do the S thing, the convertible will have to go and I'm a little sad about that. My wife has a 2010 SUV gas guzzler. I really really want a Tesla. You have no idea. Well, I guess y'all do have an idea. So here's my stream of thoughts and questions: 1. The S is a BIG car. I've measured and it would fit in my garage, but barely. My wife's SUV is enormous, too, so space will be very tight. I'm one of those guys that believes garages should be used for cars, not storage space for boxes of crap I'll never, ever use again. So both cars have to be garaged. For those of you with regular ol' suburban houses with standard two-car garages with two cars inside, how is the fit? It will be easiest for me to get a charging outlet installed on the left wall of my garage, which means cramped space on the driver's side. Any tips? 2. It's also not a convertible. I don't care for sunroofs -- never use them much on my cars that have had them. I have the top down on my CLK all the time and I think I'll miss that part most of all. For those of you with the panoramic roof: do you really use it much? It doesn't come close to that ragtop feeling, does it? Don't know whether or not to get that option if it will only make me miss my convertible. For those of you that have given up a roadster or convertible, what was the transition like? 3. Thoughts on the following options: 19" wheels: I don't want to have to change tires so often and don't want to worry so much about scratching up the rims. 19" it is. This makes some other decisions easier, too ... standard suspension. I thought a lot about this one. I just won't want to worry about expensive repairs when the warranty expires, and since I won't have the fancy tires, why bother with air suspension? Reasonable? Tech package is a must. Leather is a must. I believe the sound system upgrade is a must, yes? I have the Mercedes Harman Kardon sound package in my CLK and it sounds better than any other car I've been in. My wife's SUV also has a factory upgraded sound system and it is very disappointing. While I'm not a serious audiophile, it sounds like the Tesla sound is just nice at best. Third-party solutions are a pain. So I just go with the Tesla upgrade and keep my expectations in check? Single charger seems ok for my needs, but I want to be able to super charge. No need for rear seats, paint armor. So all of the above leads me to the standard 85kWh model. I get the super charger capability, longer range, and skip the fancy wheels and air suspension which I don't really want anyway. Color: I'm not really a red car kind of guy, but the new red looks really nice. I might have to become a red car guy? Silver/gray is too blah for me. White and black look great, and would be "safe" colors for me. Black is always dirty, but I wash my cars all the time anyway. Blue is a maybe. But let's go a bit crazy: I'm thinking green with tan interior? Or red with black interior? Good problems to have! I will have to spend some time at the UTC Tesla showroom for these important considerations. I'm already up to $82k after the tax credit, plus sales tax and floormats. With service options it looks like it's really more when all is said and done, so I'll have questions about whether most S owners get the service plans or not. Anyway, I'm about 65% on the "yup, gonna do it". So talk me out of it!