Reminded of this afresh driving up the Eastern Sierra yesterday to Mammoth. Swallowed all of our stuff, including golf clubs and skis quite nicely (albeit not as effortlessly as an S). Accommodated a full-size carry-on in the frunk. Fast and flawless. Autopilot perfect. Averaged 280 kWh/mi ... at 74 mph ... while climbing 7000 vertical feet. Minimal charging stop required. $6.50. Used 356 range miles to cover 300. Adjusted for elevation gain, that’s about 290. Amazing flying-path nav animation. Great sound system. Ran into S100D owners from Florida doing a joyous lap of the country. Charging = non-issue. What’s not to like? Why would we ever go back to ICE? The whole thing reminds me of the switch from film to digital. Seemed to take forever to gather steam. For years, most people remained convinced that film photo quality was vastly better ... despite stunning evidence to the contrary. “But where do you get your prints?” = “But where do you charge?” And, then, seemingly all at once, the tipping point ... and the game was over. The ICE dealers (such as the clueless MB folks discussed in the Model S forum) have lost, but they just don’t know it yet. Perhaps, they’ll be the last to know. In the meantime, off to Yosemite!