Hi Everyone! I was so happy to see the options pricing on Tesla's website, so I created a simple Pricing Configurator Excel spreadsheet for each base, signature, and performance version model. I just posted it to Google Docs in case others find it useful: (latest is version 2) https://docs.google.com/open?id=0ByoUIRtadJzYNjY0NjgyZjUtYzcwYi00MDBmLTkzMGMtYjQ4YzBhZjY2Y2Yz Just click the link above in your Chrome browser, click on [Download original] to save the spreadsheet and open it in Excel. For Internet Explorer 8, go to File, download original, then open Excel and use. If you see any pricing errors, please post and I will correct them. Of course, it's an UNOFFICIAL spreadsheet. If someone has the time to change the option number input to a pick list for each option, that would be great! Have fun! Russ P 4,491 PS. If I had to lock-in my config today, I would get: Regular 60 kWh in Arctic White, with: Pano roof, Aero wheels, Nappa leather, Tech, Sound Studio, Active Air Suspension, and Parcel Shelf. It would cost me $78,603 after IRS $7,500 tax credit and my 8.75% sales tax here in Fremont, CA. It's shown on the first tab of the spreadsheet as an example, along with a minimally-optioned 85 kWh that comes in at $83,551 after IRS and Fremont, CA sales tax. The second tab has the minimum configuration of each version, and the third tab is the maximum configuration. The later is useful to see the Signature "premium". I won't be able to decide between battery packs until I can test drive, and have more information on pack ranges at higher speeds, e.g. 75 mph which I usually drive on the freeway with my trusty radar detector! :biggrin: I will also test drive the Model S Performance. The fastest car I've owned so far was a 2007 CLK 550 Cabriolet (<5.0 seconds 0-60). It was a lot of fun to paddle shift! Now I drive a boring E-Class 350 Bluetec diesel that gets 27 avg. MPG and 6.7 sec 0-60. I can't wait to get rid of it when it's 24-month lease expires next November and replace it with the "S"!