Greetings! Well, my feet are sore, I'm a bit sunburned, and probably a bit dehydrated, but I spent a delightful 7.5 hours at the Palo Alto Get Amped event today, and I came back with some photos I thought would be broadly interesting. I'm going to link to this thread from a number of others, but I thought it might be useful to people to collect them in one place. Here we go! First: An updated version of the panoramic bar cover. You can see that it has gotten much more svelte and low profile, with the gaps evident for the roller shades. There were a couple of cars at the event that had this revised cross bar, and with the preparation around the headliner for the shades to roll in their tracks: An update for @ddruz on the cup holders. I brought a metal water bottle with me. I believe it would qualify as a "standard 3 inch" bottle, although it actually measures almost exactly 2.75 inches. Here it is in one of the cup holders: The cars on display had Homelink available on the touch screen. It seems like a very nice implementation. There's a small icon at the top of the screen, and tapping it drops a little menu with your programmed HomeLink buttons, plus an option to add more: If you choose the option to add more, you get to this dialog: VINs: Several recent-production cars were in attendance. (I heard somebody say "built last week"): Pacific Blue: 5YJSA1DP6CFP01201 Black: 5YJSA1DP9CFP01208 Signature Red Performance: D'oh! Sorry, I missed this one. I'm among those who have been concerned about panel gap & flush on the early cars. I'm happy to say that the panel fit has clearly improved on all of these more recent cars: This may or may not be news, but I didn't realize that you could put the temperature adjustment right onto one of the thumb wheels on the steering wheel and control it from there: I've probably forgotten something. But, hopefully this is interesting.