Hey TMC, Just got the EcoHitch for the Model 3 installed today. Ordering: Torklift was very up-front about the huge amount of orders they are seeing, and said there would be a 10 day manufacturing delay before the unit would ship. This turned out to be right on the money, and the unit arrived a few days after shipping. Communication: A Torklift representative called me a few days after I got my EcoHitch to let me know they had a few (?) units manufactured with the wrong thread pitch on the studs welded to the hitch bar (that the crash bar bolts to). He said if I received one with the wrong thread pitch he would send me some new nuts, as the factory nuts would not thread on them. I had not opened the box yet, as I was going to coordinate installation with one of their installers. I mentioned that I hadn't opened the box yet, but that he should send me the nuts anyway, just in case. He agreed. Discussing installation, he advised against a mechanic and steered me towards a body shop, as the only real trick is to make sure to get the Model 3 bumper off without damaging the clips. Body guys are way better at that sort of thing. He then let me know about two Torklift Central certified installers in the Denver area. I called both. Installation: I spoke to both shops in Denver/Littleton and got installation quotes. Certified installer quote 1: Time - 8 hours Price - $400 Certified installer quote 2: Time - 1.5 days (?!?) Price - $579 I decided to call my body guy in Colorado Springs. Local body shop quote: Time - 2-3 hours Price - $140 ... !! I went with my body guy. Picked it up this evening, and the STEALTH nomenclature is NO JOKE! It's invisible when the receiver is not in place. The opening that was cut turned out to be not quite big enough when I tested putting the receiver on, but they opened it up a bit for me on the spot. Review: This will be incoming this weekend as I try out the hitch with the 1UP USA 2" Quik Rack. Stay Tuned!