First off, congratulations to Elon and everyone at Tesla. Your amazing attention to quality, performance and safety has brought you to this point! I am stoked to be here too. No doubt the eyebrows have been raised, the jaws dropped, and bodies are beginning to get up from the floor - at the likes of BMW, Audi, Mercedes, Lexus, GM, Nissan, Toyota, and so on. Being pawned as a niche player by the likes of Bob Lutz (sorry chump, Tesla is only getting started), last year Tesla showed some direct impact on the premium market auto sales. Fast forward two years, and you're going to see the door being blown off its hinges. #1 Large Luxury Car In US = Tesla Model S (2015 Sales Comparison) The competitors will respond, more urgently now. Pressure is on. More often than not it seems like increasingly ill-spirited towards Tesla, from every industry. I hope we see the positive, like making a dent in smog levels at some near point in the future, etc. But how will 300,000 or so Teslas on the road impact other aspects of the economy? - New jobs at giga factories (will the competition build their own)? - Adopting Tesla's charging format (Superchargers) or go it alone? - Bolt prices dropped in order to better compete? - Gas prices continue to drop (to fight EVs off)? - Is this the height/peak oil now? Gas stations closing soon? - Will 3rd party EV stations mushroom? - Road/mileage tax implemented sooner (in lieu of gas tax)? - Tax credits extended or go away sooner? - Will Congress get behind Tesla or still in the pockets of the Dealers? - How will the manufacturers work with (or not) with Dealers? - What new lows will NADA drop to? What other new industries will pop up? What other impacts do you see these kinds of numbers influencing?