I'm a pretty big Tesla enthusiast (Roadster, Model S, and #690's X reservation), but the X has really dragged itself out. After waiting over 2 years for the S, waiting again for the X to come to market has been difficult to watch happen yet again. Same mistakes as the S release. Same missed deadlines from a company that should be maturing instead of making and breaking promises to customers. Features promised on the S still haven't been delivered to 100% of the early adopters. Features on the X appear they might not be published until after you commit funds. Service at long range is also getting interesting with recent changes to ranger service availability, etc. When the X could be delivered in 2014, I had the Washington State sales tax exemption on EV's and the need for a AWD car. Since that got moved to 2015, I got a gas powered 4WD truck for my other needs that couldn't wait until 2015. Now the X is moved farther back to 2015 and the sales tax exemption doesn't appear it will be renewed after June 2015 raising the cost of new ownership up $9K or more. The X would be a great vehicle to own I'm sure, but the wait has really made me wonder and as I got a little burned with an A-pack Sig with no upgrade options (partial + doesn't count) and fairly rapid depreciation (40% or more at 2.25 years), I am wondering if just picking one up 2 years from now on the CPO/used market would be a better idea from a tax/cost/quality control standpoint. A used 2016 or 2017 would likely be faster, have longer range, have better tech, and cost $25K+ less only slightly used based on what is happening to 2014 Model S cars now. It's either full price plus taxes and a small tax credit of $7500 or save likely over $25K for a refined car with less bugs/a better build. Any one else feel the same way?