As I wait for "in production" to appear (and a DS to contact us), I've been thinking about service and warranty and stuff. Since we don't have a service center in Salt Lake yet, I assume that any service is taken care of by rangers. Fine. If the service is something that is covered under warranty (something breaks, or needs to be updated or whatever), is this completely free? As in I don't have to pay the $100 for a ranger visit? If it is something that is not covered under warranty, I assume that I have to pay ranger even though we don't have an SC? When we had our test drive in Seattle, the Tesla rep said that he would only take a car in every 2 years for the $600 "annual" service and simply take the tires into a tire center to get them handled on a regular basis. If that were the case, then it doesn't seem that the service plan is cost effective. On the other hand some folks in the service thread talked about hardware upgrades and other features like that. It just seems confusing what is warranty coverage and what is service coverage. Thanks all.