Hey all, I picked up my 70D yesterday and spent the entire day with such a big grin on my face that I felt compelled to share my experience. First, here's a picture of our 3-month old checking out the frunk. She approves There were a few communications issues with the DS but I think much of that may have been my fault - I was probably far more well-informed than his usual customer, and so I probably kept catching him off guard with my questions. The other side to that, though, is that he seemed pretty wedded to his script, and things got awkward as soon as I steered him away from his list of canned responses. I'm not sure if it's because he's new, and it certainly didn't impact the quality of the delivery. When we got there, our shiny new Tesla was hiding under a red blanket, with its parking lights shining through like Christmas lights. When my wife pulled the cover off, she revealed a piece of artwork that you can sit in, drive, and enjoy without ever spending a dollar on gasoline or emitting anything from a tailpipe. Our DS took us through the basic tour (which was mostly unnecessary for me, but enjoyable nonetheless). We got our key fob protectors, a mug, an umbrella, a Tesla pen, and some Tesla coloring books with really cool crayons. After driving the car out of the dealership, I went on a roughly 5 hour road trip. There was no way I was going straight home with this beauty The pic above shows me getting a quick charge outside the West Springfield Costco (for future reference, time to eat 1 Costco hotdog = 40 miles of charge ). I had this hilarious experience where I locked the car, and the flashing green indicator stopped. I was worried that it stopped charging, so I walked back over to the car, which then greeted me with open door handles (unlocking the car and re-lighting the green indicator). I did this "is the refrigerator light on while the door is closed" dance for another 5 minutes before figuring out that the car is far smarter than its owner, and I went into Costco for diapers and a hot dog Drove from West Springfield up to the Brattleboro, VT supercharger just for the hell of it, enjoying Autopilot all the way up. There's a stretch of I-91 with such crappy lane painting that autopilot gives up for a while, but it's only for a couple miles. Otherwise, I was able to use Autopilot for the vast majority of the Milford, CT -> Brattleboro, VT -> Home trip. I literally felt withdrawal set in within minutes of getting out of the car and this morning, I'm home watching the baby while my wife is out driving the Tesla. I miss her (the car haha) already. One other thing I wanted to bring up: Tesla still had to pretend to sell my car out of New Jersey because they aren't technically allowed to tell cars in CT. When is this B.S. going to stop? Michigan has laws preventing people from servicing a Tesla anywhere in the state, and we have to pull shenanigans to buy Teslas in what would otherwise pass as a progressive state. I'm shocked that this kind of nonsense still exists. Edit: Apologies for the head-tilting pictures. I've tried rotating them locally and re-uploading and it doesn't seem to help.