Tesla finally delivered us our MVPA paperwork yesterday. I'm reading through it and I notice this gem: However, the paperwork was prepared February 20th, 2013. This means that the pricing on the MVPA (which is supposed to be binding) was not valid the moment it was sent. I emailed Tesla at [email protected] and got a response today. It was from their "HQ Product Specialist--Team Lead" and it basically amounted to "this email confirms the pricing in your MVPA" Here's my issue: the MVPA is supposed to be a legal contract, a binding business agreement. The email that confirms my pricing is well...not. I sent back an email asking for some revised paperwork to sign, but it seems like the dates are auto-generated in the paperwork based on our price deadline (and I'm given the impression that they can't change it). Am I the only one who is bothered by having to sign a document which has an obvious known error, and is only backed up by an email? Any suggestions?