Hi All, Post is twofold (and long). Just wanted to give my experience of my recent service experience and quick review of P85+ vs. P85. Summary - Wow! (details below) I had a number of minor service items that I needed to get resolved (slight body panel adjustment to make it flush, key fob replacement, noise issues with AC/Compressor). There were a number of additional bulletin items that also needed to be done. Service was scheduled for 9 am Thursday. I dropped off car Wednesday night. My service rep was awesome. I mentioned that I was looking forward to family road trip for labor day weekend reunion (first long trip ~ 800 miles). Initially they had a roadster loaner that they had offered to give me for Wednesday/Thursday. After hearing about the trip and inquiring about the service work/time frame, he said he's got a better option. They gave me a fully loaded P85+ and told me that my car may or may not be ready Thursday and to just take this one. When I say fully loaded, it was really pretty much every option you could think of except the parcel cover. Needless to say, I didn't hesitate to oblige him. Comparison of my P85 to P85+ was a bit of relief. After Tesla brought out the P85+, I kept thinking I could have/should have waited, etc. The 85+ drove spectacularly well. I am not a professional driver by any stretch. But, there were only two noticeable differences between the two. The 85+ handling is insane. I tried some higher speed cornering (without the family of course). The vehicle is on rails. The overall feel was sporty/rigid and that translated to the road bumps, etc. I think I prefer slightly more sedan feel of my P85. I am strongly considering going down to the 19 inch rims. The other difference that noticed was that my P85 was actually more peppy off the line (or felt like it). I thought it was just me when I first started driving the 85+. But when I returned the 85+ and got mine back I could still notice the difference. I thought it might be some electronic throttling on acceleration (they do throttle top speed to 80 mph on the loaner). I inquired but they insisted they do not throttle acceleration on the loaners. Checking peak power usage real time didn't look like I was being throttled but something didn't feel quite right. I have no explanation for this, and was hoping someone in forum might know (honestly I suspect they throttle acceleration a little bit). Other impressions for the completely tricked out P85+ (all personal preferences): 1. Pano roof - didn't find any value/use 2. Turn by turn directions - outstanding implementation. The major benefit is display into the driver's console. Not sure it would be worth the upgrade in tech package, but came in useful in heavy traffic situations on long road trip. 3. Xeon headlights - much brighter than regular. this might be useful in intermediate ambient light situations (dusk/dawn). 4. Other tech package items (homelink, mirror tilt, etc) - not really useful for me. Long Summary - Service was exceptional (all items fixed). Loaner vehicle program is truly outstanding. Although I prefer a more sedan like feel, I can see how someone would just keep the loaner and pay the difference! I've never heard of any other car manufacturer giving you a top of the line fully loaded loaner. EVER ... This was a treat to say the least and it made me feel special and valued as a customer. They have my trust, respect and loyalty. Go TESLA!!!