Like most everyone on this forum I'm waiting on my Model 3, and for me it will be my first Tesla. I'm hoping I can get mine on or before the end of 2018 and of course I'll be charging it from the electrical power grid with assistance from my solar panels. I am fortunate that I live in the US mainland where the power grid is up, running, and dependable which is more than what is currently available to the people of Puerto Rico. From the news, I understand that it is likely that electrical power in Puerto Rico will be out for most homes and businesses for as many as six months, especially in rural areas. People in PR however are desperately in need of electrical power for cooling fans, breathing machines, lights, and even small refrigerators used for medicine and food and they cannot wait months for power to be restored. I guess I would not be surprised if it ends up taking a year before all power is restored to the island. Tesla, with it's expertise in wheeled vehicles, solar panels, and Li Ion battery packs, might be in a unique position to help. Would it be possible to build a small towable (and air lift capable) lite weight solar panel based Li Ion battery storage unit with power inverters for use in homes and small businesses? While these units might only have room to extend 100 to 200 watt solar panels they could charge the batteries for many hours a day in the PR sunshine. I believe the similar units that I've seen road workers use for portable lighting are quite large and utilize very heavy lead acid deep discharge batteries which might make them impractical for shipment and maintenance in large numbers to PR. Anyway, this is just a wild thought and it may be totally impractical. I also realize to build and deploy very many of these would cost a great deal of money, - but I'd bet Tesla fans (like myself) would be happy to contribute towards such an effort if Elon deemed to undertake it. Thanks, and I hope to wave to you from my Model 3 somewhere soon down the road!