I was really excited for Tesla to come out and give me a quote on going solar for my new house. We explored a bunch of options but had sticker shock when the initial estimate came back at $4.30 per Watt (I live in MA). The salesman said that I should get a few quotes and they'd match the lowest one. I used EnergySage and got quotes from 4 installers in my area. The lowest being $3.00 per Watt (reputable installer) which I sent on to Tesla. The quotes together average out to $3.14 per Watt. The salesman said he'd submit it for a price adjustment. Tesla came out for their engineering visit and designed the system. My needs fit perfectly on the rear of my house... exciting! Then the quote comes back... It was $3.40 per Watt. I asked if they could do any better but he said that was the best they can do. I don't get it. Why offer a price match if you're not going to honor it? Why are they still $.20 higher than the next highest bid? It was my understanding that they use a slightly inferior product anyway. Has anyone had success getting them to budge or should I just look elsewhere and give up on the sleek panels.