I think the Bloomberg piece this week on GF2 is likely to become very much like @danahull 's infamous "Tesla doesn't burn fuel, it burns cash" article on the Model 3 this past April. Dana fanned the flames (*cough*) of bankruptcy concerns that were running wild at the time while failing to recognize the obvious signs that Tesla was positioning the Model 3 program to be a great success as soon as production ramped up. Bloomberg's critical GF2 article focuses primarily on the negatives of Tesla's solar business and fails to point out to readers the developments suggesting that Tesla has restructured the business so that it can be successful as soon as solar roof ramps up. And the local reporting from the Buffalo papers point to signs that the ramp is about to begin, which are also not reported in the Bloomberg article. Dana Hull's "Tesla burns cash" article ignored obvious signs that Tesla was positioning the Model 3 to be successful, and a few months later looks even more ridiculous than it did at the time now that those signs have borne fruit. I think the same will likely be true for Bloomberg's reporting on GF2. Unfortunately, most of Bloomberg's reporters seem more interested in attacking Tesla than providing even-handed information that may be useful to their investor readers.