Sometimes life, education, career, training, and experience all converge in mysterious ways. My wife and I are both diagnostic radiologists (medical subspecialty), and we both did early research in what was called Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging (now known as Magnetic Resonance or MR-- the nuclear part scared too many patients). The original unit of measurement of magnetic field was Gauss (by way of reference, the earth's magnetic field is about 1 gauss). The current international standard unit is Tesla (1 T is 1000 Gauss). Clinical MR systems routinely operate at 1.5 or 3 T. For over 25 years, I have been invoking the word Tesla many times a day when I interpret and dictate the report of MR examinations, as I always report the field strength of the system used to image a patient (... yes, it is relevant). Little did I know that now I would be taking delivery of a new EV and be able to speak the name Tesla in a totally different context. Makes me grin a bit at work (even before the widely reported 'Tesla grin' appears on my face).