I've just today taken delivery of a new Model 3 LR. I can't drive it yet, because of the way Tesla handles deliveries in Rhode Island, where there is as yet no Tesla store (I've got to wait to receive paperwork from Tesla, after which I can go to the DMV to get plates). Anyhow, I've been setting things up as best as I can without moving the car. So far most things have worked; however, I've run into two technological problems: TeslaCam file corruption -- When I set TeslaCam to record, I get recordings from the left repeater camera that are, at best, OK in the top 3/5 or so of the image but that are bad in the bottom 2/5 or so. (In macOS, the bottom 2/5 is a solid block of green. In whatever Linux used as a default media player, it looked like the last good line was repeated to the bottom of the image.) Some of the files from that camera are of 0 length. The front and right repeater files are mostly OK, although I've noticed brief bursts of similar corruption on the front camera, too. I've tried two different USB flash drives -- one a brand new SanDisk 256GB drive I bought for the Tesla and another a rather old OCZ 8GB drive that's never given me problems. I tried using both of the USB ports, and neither worked better than the other. I also tried resetting the Tesla's computer by holding both steering-wheel buttons down, but that had no effect. (The computer did reset; the screen went blank and then went through its start-up sequence.) Weak WiFi -- I've been unable to connect to my home's WiFi from the car, and in fact it shows no WiFi networks available, with one exception: If I enable my OnePlus 5t cell phone's WiFi hot spot, the car can find and connect to it. When not in its WiFi hot spot mode, my phone detects dozens of WiFi networks available when I'm inside the car. (Many of those are actually the WiFi connections from my solar panels' inverters, but others are legitimate WiFi networks.) The signal strength of these networks on my phone isn't great, but isn't awful, either -- most are about half-way down on the graphical meter. (I haven't used an app to quantify the signal strength, though.) I also have no problem connecting to my home WiFi from an Apple MacBook Air I took out to the car for doing this testing. Is the Model 3 known for having weak WiFi, or is it likely that there's something wrong with my car? So, does anybody have any advice? I can certainly buy a WiFi repeater to put closer to where my car is parked if that will help me get decent WiFi in my car, but my initial impression is that it should be doing better than it is, given that both my cell phone and a laptop can detect multiple WiFi networks from inside the car. The TeslaCam file corruption strikes me as likely to be a hardware fault, but if somebody has another suggestion of something to try, I'm willing to try it.