Not sure which of the 'don't drive it much' Roadster categories I fit into....... Though retired, I seem to stay busy/preoccupied with other things I 'need' to do, leaving little time for Roadster #157, which I bought this past Spring. Our '13 P85+ stretches her legs far more often! One theory I didn't see discussed was owners' hopes that as Tesla Motors increasingly becomes an iconic marque, early production vehicles (perhaps especially low milers) will be in demand and fetch high prices. Perhaps some owners view their Roadsters as investments first, drivers second?