If you arranged for a third party financing, and your lender paid Tesla by wire ahead of the delivery, as is Tesla's requirement, did you consider or discuss your option to refuse delivery -- if there is something seriously wrong with the car -- either with Tesla or with the lender? And in the unlikely case that you did have to refuse delivery, what happened? Does DFR or a blank check from your lender make this an easier situation to resolve? Granted, if there is nothing wrong with the car, having it prepaid by the lender is by far the quickest way to get behind the wheel on the day of delivery. My CU is willing to do that, as some members have said their CUs did for them. But is it wise?