So this relates to both the model 3 and solar panels. I just read about the news of timelines being pushed up from 12-18 months to just 3-6 mo for US customers. With that being said, we put in our reservation in January for the model 3 so we have only been waiting 4 months so far. But....we are having Tesla install solar on our house on Friday. We had planned to take the 30% solar tax credit on this year and next year's taxes. But if we get a model 3 this year, then we have to somehow incorporate that $7500 tax credit too. I know it's a good problem to have but any suggestions? The solar panel credit will be around $9000 and i know it's a non refundable credit as well. It can be rolled over at least one year, whereas the vehicle credit can't. So... 1) When they say tax liability does that mean total for the year or just what you might owe at year end? For instance, let's say we pay around $11,000 in Federal taxes per year. When tax time comes we usually get a refund of 1-2k. In this situation would we get a refund of all $11,000 or just not owe anything? I guess what this question is asking is does the credit go towards the year round tax liability or just the year's end? 2) Any suggestions on how to lower taxes coming out of our checks year round until the credits are done? 3) what have you guys been doing? Thanks ahead if time and we can't wait to become part of the Tesla family.