All, forgive me please for being a little cantankerous and expressing my dissatisfaction with a hint of rude commentary about the Model S interior. Because I am in the market for an 1) EV and 2) that has a long range, only the Model S fits this criteria. Therefore, I will stick with the purchase (with a little hope b/c maybe some of the 6 problems will be solved before I take delivery) and also b/c I doubt Tesla would give back 100% of my refund now. Thank you all for your support and suggestions. Here are the 6 problems for an everyday guy like me and, more importantly, the solutions to deal with it. I realize nothing is perfect, and I do want Tesla to succeed. 6 Problems (in order of importance to me, an ordinary guy): 1) Rear seat lights. Ever needed to look for an item at night in the back seat and needed just a simple light to see? Or how about removing groceries from the back seat at night? If it's dark, how do you see the plastic bag handles so you know where to grab and pick them up? 2) Motorized folding side mirrors. I'll have to open my windows and manually fold in both side mirrors so the Model S will fit in my standard-size, single-car garage. Just trust me: I have to fold in my Hybrid Escalade's motorized side mirrors, and it still barely fits. The width of Hybrid Escalade with mirrors folded is 79" (Model S, 77"). We have a two-car garage also but due to logistics, charging and the Hybrid Escalade, the Model S has to go in the single-car garage. 3) Add a sub-woofer. My Hybrid Escalade's sound system sounds incredible with any song/source due to it's full and rich-sounding Bose subwoofer. The Model S with 580watts should sound better, but it just doesn't (based on Sig Perf I drove at Get Amped event). The Model S doesn't seem to have any good low range (bass) which makes the music sound flat and uninspiring. 4) Concealed storage within easy reach (i.e. within the console, not the glove box). Some items in my car I simply don't want in plain sight! What is the harm in having a console that opens up to store things?? 5) Rear seat cup holders. Rarely do I need cupholders, but when I do, I just do, darn it and that's all there is to it. 6) Sun visor vanity lights. Anyone ever have a passenger who cares about how she looks and would like to check before getting out of the car to go out at night? Pano roof sun shade screen (honorable mention and not really a problem at this point b/c no one has actually seen one yet) - This screen is important in about 25 states in the US...the southern states where the sun is unbearably hot. Here are my solutions: 1) Rear seat lights. Take out my iPhone and use that for light. Or use frunk or trunk (assuming they have lights) for groceries 2) Motorized folding side mirrors. To fit in the single-car garage (I can't park in our two-car garage due to Hybrid Escalade, logistics, and charging), I will manually fold the driver's side mirror only and be very, very careful getting in and out of garage. This should allow for enough space to enter garage. 3) Add a sub-woofer. Leave it as is and "just deal" or add a small subwoofer if possible. Or use the Hybrid Escalade if I really want "to turn it up". 4) Concealed storage within easy reach Reach over to glove box to store/remove items that I don't want in plain sight. 5) Rear seat cup holders. Not needed often and probably only on road trips with family, but if so, I'll get a Walmart plastic cup holder that hangs off the window. (I don't like the removable, rear seat middle console solution.) 6) Sun visor vanity lights. Consider sticking a small, add-on LED light next to the mirror and only on the passenger side (This is mostly for my wife. Although like the cup holders, when I need it, I just need it darn it!). Part of me being upset was due to the fact that these 6 problems are relatively simple with relatively simple solutions. I just couldn't believe (and still can't believe) that these 6 problems would be overlooked by such a genius company. I sincerely thank you all for your suggestions and putting up with a little of my BS - all without any flaming or anything! That's a great thing actually and a real testament to the quality of the folks on this message board and its moderators. Again, I'm humbled and grateful that I have the opportunity and the means to purchase such a vehicle. I haven't forgotten that.