I'm not one to have sour grapes and I'm not making this post for purposes of straightening out my personal situation or squeezing money from Tesla. Within the past 24 hours my March 2 X75D new car order transitioned from a thing of great excitement for my Wife and I to a cancelled order 5 minutes ago. I thought other people be aware of our experience should their brand new car arrive with "cosmetic issues" at delivery. I ordered our X75D on March 2 and everything until 24 hours ago was great. Delivery was set for this Friday 4/14. I received a text yesterday afternoon that our DS identified a paint blemish on the rear of the car, directly where the rear windshield meets the area under the fixed spoiler. We got photos and a video, it looks like a wad of gum about the size of your pinky tip was stuck to the frame and painted over. I was told there is no way to buff this out without a one week trip to the local service center where the entire rear windshield had to be removed to fix the paint - it was described to me as a "difficult" job. Well, we were totally let down - take the car with an obvious cosmetic blemish or get delivery pushed back and take a brand new car that had undergone a major repair prior to delivery. This of course is around a $100k car. Tesla offered us "$300 credit toward our next service" if we were to take the car with the blemish. My wife and I talked it over last night and thought, well, let's get it repaired it will probably be fine, although I was certainly worried about leakage and road noise issues having the entire rear windshield removed. So, I called our DS and advised her hey, go ahead and send it in to the service center, we'll take delivery when finished. We requested Tesla offer us all weather mats plus the $300 service credit for our trouble. She said she would look into it. Around lunchtime, I got a text saying "we can't do the floor mats, but we will honor the $300 service credit." I couldn't believe it! And that was that, I politely asked her to cancel my order. A few hours later I got another message "well, we can offer your first scheduled service for free instead, that roughly equates to what you wanted with the floor mats." I texted the DS politely to have her leadership call me. Got a phone call from the local "service advisor" basically that wound up basically with her saying "do you want me to ask my supervisor again about those floor mats or process your cancellation?" She was clear that they were not willng to offer anything off the MSRP price of the car for taking delivery after a week of body work in the shop for a brand new car. Tesla should have offered reasonable money off the purchase price up front without putting me in a position of asking for anything. I was willing to resolve the issue but they wanted to press the issue over floor mats costing $160 retail or something silly. Elon Musk's statement clearly says MSRP applies to every new "pristine" car and that "discounts are ok where there is damage from the factory." We were ready to pay MSRP until we learned 24 hours ago that not only was our car not perfect, it needed a week of post-factory body work to get cosmetically perfect. If anyone from Tesla reads this, do the right thing next time without putting the customer in a position of feeling like none of this is any big deal and offer reasonable compensation *up front* for accepting a brand new car that is demonstrably inferior to the lucky people who got one without issues. I guess this is the beginning and end of my Tesla story. This all went down in the Tampa Bay area. Very disappointed overall - this forum was helpful to me in deciding to order but hopefully my post will be helpful to someone else on the fence.