Besides the current controversy that is likely to take up most of the time in this week's "town hall" meetings, I thought it would be useful to list some other questions Roadster customers might have. 1.) The Roadster Sport What all is included with the Roadster Sport package? The renderings provided that were to represent the Sport model appear to display options that when added up are much more expensive rumored additional cost of the Sport package. Do the clear coat cosmetic carbon fiber exterior bits weigh more than they do in the standard painted carbon fiber? (I think so.) There are probably a bunch of other questions about the Sport. 2.) Hardtops What's the full story about the hardtops? The current talking point appears to be that the Tesla had chosen to postpone the fabrication of many of the hardtops since it is time better spent building the other (more essential) body panels. That sounds like maybe only part of the story. Was there a design/manufacturing issue that made the tops harder/take longer to fabricate? If so, what? Is it resolved now? I'd think that customers would be interested in this since many that order a body colored hardtop would prefer it to get painted with the rest of the body panels. 3.) How is drivetrain 2.0 different? In Elon's latest letter to customers he mentions that the Roadster's drivetrain "will be at version 2 by June." What is materially different between drivetrain 1.5 and 2.0? Customers with deposits down on 2009MY Roadsters should probably like to know what they're getting and how is it expected to affect performance and efficiency. Will all 2009MY cars get drivetrain 2.0? 4.)What are the full terms of the $12,000 battery replacement offer? 5.)The Mobile Charger Customers that have already received their Roadsters and paid $350 to $500 for a mobile charger, expected to get a versatile charging cable (with a set of adapters) able to be used for both 120 and 240 Volt outlets. Instead they got a charging cable that can only be used for 120V. Are they owed a 240V mobile charging cable when it becomes available? As I understand it, the $1500 240V/30A Mobile Connector cannot currently be legally sold do to regulations. Does Tesla have a time frame for when it will become available?