The October issue of Winding Road is available for download now, and they have six pages of Tesla Roadster coverage, including some very attractive seaside photos of the car, new info and the best "test drive" report yet seen. Check it: http://windingroad.com/ The report is really glowing. Examples: ". . . so the power delivery is immediate, silent, and huge." ". . .you can hear the tires grabbing California for all they're worth, slamming the car through corner after corner on a near-race-quality suspension system that feels like a Lotus Elise." "It seems to know where you want to go, and how fast, before you do." "The net result is pure driving pleasure; since you're not constantly up- and down-shifting through a typical six-speed sports-car box, you can keep your hands on the wheel, your eyes on the road, and your foot on the floor." I have to quibble with the headline at the beginning of the article which reads, "Its only major flaw is the $89,000 price tag." That's a bit ironic considering they reviewed a Bugatti Veyron and a McLaren F1 in the same issue! This issue also has a 9-page report on the US-made version of the Ariel Atom, which is the basis from which the Wrightspeed X1 was derived.