Given the wait required for AWD, wondering if anyone could assuage my concerns that a Model 3 RWD would be inadequate here in New England for winters. Have many small hills/slopes, including into my driveway. I understand Model S RWD is a good performer with snow tires, but since Model 3 weights 1,000 lbs less, wondering if that will still apply for Model 3 RWD. I know the low center of gravity, ~52% weight in rear, and electronic traction controls support better snow/ice performance. But still having trouble convincing myself to order the RWD version instead of waiting for the AWD version and possibly losing part of the federal tax credit in the process. Thanks in advance. (As an aside, right now my FWD 08 Jetta does "ok" getting up and down my driveway with Conti DWS tires - hoping for at least equal performance on a Model 3 RWD).