I stopped in at the Newport Beach store and got my test drive on the spot. They were originally going to schedule me in for the next day, but came back and said they could take me right then. They have a cool Tesla-branded parking spot in the garage below the mall. I drove a blue Performance model with tan interior and sunroof. This is the second blue car I've driven (first was a non-Performance), but I was glad to experience the sunroof in the bright California sun. I was worried that it might be too bright in the car without a shade, but that was not the case at all. The brightness was quite comfortable in the car, and there was no glare or washout on the screens. The car did have illuminated mirrors on the visor, but didn't have the little cubby below the center screen. One nice touch I hadn't noticed before are the downward-pointing LEDs on the door handles to light the ground at night. (My car has ground lights on the bottom of the doors themselves, but it was kind of cool to see them on the actual door handles). The car also had the gloss Obeche Wood finish, which I was leaning towards, and now can confirm that's what I want. I had also been going back and forth over tan vs. black interior, but having seen this tan interior, I can now also settle on the tan. I was really surprised how much I liked the first blue car I saw in person (had been leaning towards grey), and now having seen this second car, I can firmly say that the blue is for me. The had a non-Performance version in the store with cloth interior and in the new 2013 red color. I liked the color more than I thought I would, but would still prefer the Sig Red. Of course, I picked up some swag and left with my nice cloth Tesla bag. For yuks, I swung by a Coda dealer afterwards. That is all I have to say about that.