Okay. Bear with me folks. I know some of you are going to pooh-pooh my speculation right off the bat, but I think it could happen. I think this could potentially be a very elegant work-around to the state-by-state dealer battles. Some of you may be familiar with Costco's auto buying service. While the final sale and delivery is done at a dealership, the intermediate steps are handled by Costco. If the Model 3 is truly going to be "mass-market" and Musk wants nationwide availability and coverage, what better way to go with one of the largest warehouse store chains in the country? I know some of you may feel associating with Costco would be "cheapening" the brand, but in my experience, I've found a lot of the Costco products to actually be very good quality, and that most of the shoppers there are solidly middle to upper-middle class. Also, Costco co-founder Jim Sinegal is a well-known advocate of progressive causes, and reportedly owns a Model S himself. The potential negatives with this could be: Strong blowback from the dealers, threatening to yank their business with Costco. Also, there would probably be an added incremental expense to buy through Costco, and I don't know how many buyers would be willing to pay a "middleman" fee of say $300-400 for delivery and pickup at Costco, unless it included a $250 gift card. Actually, I think even if Tesla deliveries were a net loser for Costco, at least by themselves, if they threw in some kind of spiff or gift card, they could end up coming out ahead in the end. What are everyone's thoughts?