Not a sig holder, but chiming in anyway (so feel free to ignore my opinion). While I believe Tesla has always had good intentions there has obviously *always* been a balancing act between their ability to provide their customers with everything the customers need/want and Tesla's financial ability to do so. It seems to me that Tesla is walking the finest of lines financially, and likely priced the sig so that they could actually fund not just the car, but the ramp up in delivery specialists, production, etc... while using up almost all of their capital. I just don't see how they could have 'ignored the bean counters' without sacrificing *something*... where would you propose they cut spending? Have you seen examples of spending that seems out of line with a company trying to plan for the future and manage the present? I sure haven't. What I see is a company doing amazing things with so very little.