There were 5,150 deliveries in Q2 2013. Does that include the sale of Model S loaners? The Model S loaners actually do have some miles on the meter when they get sold, so they can be considered as not being completely new. But would they therefore not be included in the total figure of deliveries (5,150) in a certain quarter? The reason that I am asking this question is that in the Q2 Shareholder Letter they mention: "During Q2, we improved our production rate by 25% from 400 to almost 500 vehicles per week. 5,150 cars were delivered during the quarter, significantly surpassing our expectation of 4,500 deliveries. In the quarter, we produced several hundred more Model S vehicles for use as service loaners, for customer test drives and for deliveries to European customers in Q3." What I understand from this quote is that they produced several hundred Model S vehicles more than 5,150. Let's say that they produced 300 more. And a part of those 300 (let's say 100) were produced to be used as service loaners. And we know that the service loaners do get sold as well. I think it's an interesting question. Maybe someone can answer this question. Just post your thoughts about this. Thanks.