This sounds too good to be true and I believe I would have seen this by now in the forums, but I will share nonetheless. On my unsuccessful trip to the Fashion Island showroom, where their Model 3 I was scheduled to sit it -- yes, you schedule a test drive of a Model S, but a sit-in in Model 3, unreal! -- mysteriously disappeared right before my arrival, their salesperson told me several amazing things, some of which have already been proved untrue, and the rest I don't want to dig too deep into for fear of losing my faith in car salespeople. Among other things, he said Tesla reimburses the cost of the home charger installation. He said his father got a Model 3, paid $450 to have a charger installed, and Tesla mailed him a $450 check. This came as a pleasant surprise to the salesperson and his dad. The salesperson had not been told by Tesla to mention this perk and had not been telling his customers about it, but now he is since it happened right in front of his eyes. Any truth to any of it? Any theories as to what may have actually happened other than the salesperson trying too hard and making stuff up?