After having the X for 6 weeks, I thought I would take the time to share my thoughts on our family's experience. I should start with saying it took many sleepless nights trying to decide if we were going through with purchasing the X. Most of my life I have driven cheap cars and really had a hard time justifying spending all most as much as my first condo. I am also been a gadget guy most of my life too, so these two forces made making the decision to buy extremely difficult. Lists were made, cost of ownership analyzed, and then I got so tired of thinking about it, that we just bought the car. Over the last 6 weeks, I have been overjoyed with my decision. The car does everything I wanted it to, plus at least once a week it surprises me. There are a few oddities, but overall I have zero regrets in buying the car. Below are some of the highlights and very few low lights I have found. Highlights Autopilot in stop and go traffic. My commute home, when i don't take my bicycle is on a road that ends up being stop and go traffic for 2 or so miles. It is awesome to get into the right lane, turn on autopilot, and allow myself so decompress time from work. My son's reaction to the car. He loves "his" blue car. Anytime he knows I am driving, it is baba take the black car, Caleb and mama take Caleb's blue car. When he talks about it, which he does often, he will say the doors go ... and make a movement with his hands like the doors opening. Seeing him so happy and excited is probably the biggest unexpected highlight. No thinking speed limits. Two cases just surprised me. On a recent trip to Canada, I thought I was going to do something smart. I switched the car to KM, so that i didn't have to think about the signs and translate. Turns out the car is smarter than me, and when i switched it back to miles, it does the math for you. Another place i didn't expect it to be right was when you have traffic sensitive speed limits. Turns out the car knows those too. Always having a full tank. On our everyday driving, we never worry about if we have enough power to do our daily driving. And on the few trips we take, there are super chargers on the way with plenty of spare power. Ease of getting our two kids out of the car. These exceeded my expectations on how nice it is to just put the kids in their car seats. Summon into a narrow garage. I can't get in and out of the car if it is parked in the garage, but summon works like a champ. Still don't park in the garage often, but at least i know I can park in there if needed. Trunk opens with my bike rack on the hitch. This may seem silly, but the X replaced a Ford Edge and if i bumped the key to open the trunk, it will hit the bike rack. Acceleration. I got the 90D because i didn't need to be crazy fast, but to me, this car still is. It is great to push the "gas" pedal at any time, and have it just go. Windshield. I don't think i can describe it, but it brings a smile to my face when i drive. Low lights Windshield. The double vision is mostly just annoying, and if i wear my polarized sunglasses, it goes away. However I live in Seattle, so I don't wear the sunglasses all of the time. Front door windows. I have had it happen about 4 times, but sometimes the window gets out of the track and either ends up outside the door, or just does not go all the way up. Opening and closing the door fixes it, but it is still a little annoying Self presenting front door. When i drive by myself, this feature is awesome. If i am taking two kids out of the car, it is a bit annoying as the door opens and closes a lot going between the two kids. I should mention for the first two low lights, the service center offered to look at them, possibly replace the molding on the doors for the second, but it is so minor that I would rather be driving the car than worry about those minor inconveniences. I hope a majority of my fellow X owners are also having a similar great experience with their cars.