Now this is "service"! Three days ago I got an email stating, in part: "Our engineering department is being proactive regarding certain vehicles and their instrument clusters. As part of providing peace of mind and a great ownership experience, Tesla vehicles are equipped with telematics systems to provide remote diagnostics support. We have been notified by our engineers of a potential internal communications problem with your vehicle that could result in an inability to start your vehicle. You may or may not have noticed the symptom as the vehicle could have been charging at the time of the potential communication error." I had not been having any problems with my S85 and the car had never displayed any kind of error message. I have had it 5 months and it has nearly 7K miles on it. I took my car in to my local Service Center in Burlingame SC and they had it for about 4 hours, apparently they replaced the drivers display and no doubt some associated electronics. Anyone else had Tesla notify them about a "potential internal communications problem with your vehicle that could result in an inability to start your vehicle" and had the drivers display module replaced?