Given the news of the 60 being discontinued, and not so recently the P85 and P85+, previously the 40, I got to thinking. The difference in price between the 70 and 85 seems high, with the 70D having more per dollar (now that every model gets SupC, which makes sense). If/when the S100D/P100D comes out, the 85 series will be the next to go, I believe, and that may not be too long from now. I, personally, was in the middle of waiting for my 85 when the Ds came out, and jumped to the 85D. I imagine some were disappointed who had already gotten an 85 but would have liked an 85D. My point(s): these changes come quickly with a fast moving company like Tesla. New features/models/batteries/technology (D, Xs, 3s, 100kw battery, etc.) are exciting, and I imagine some folks are really excited who were thinking about getting a 60 but now will get a 70D. But some with recent deliveries of their new Model S60kw also have disappointment with the changes. THIS IS THE FUTURE and THE FUTURE WITH TESLA. Change, and fast. Seeing what sells and marketing to it. If a model doesn't sell well enough, it is discontinued. Maybe always as soon as a better configuration is ready, which is significantly faster than other car companies can even imagine (with ICE vehicles). If a new technology or feature is ready, it is unleashed. Right now. Be happy with what you have but realize it will be replaced, even faster than your iPad/iPhone/PC/android, etc. There is always a better Tesla coming out in the near future. And, if you have a Tesla, be thankful you have one of the best/quietest/fastest/coolest cars on the planet, except for the model that replaced yours.