Hi guys, After a service my 1.5 suffered a vibration through the steering wheel starting at about 65. (the service involved removing the front wheels but not the tires) Tesla rebalanced the tires multiple times and at best they moved the vibration to starting in the high 80s. I had another company re-balance which made the problem much worse (back to starting at 65) Tesla replaced the front tires (same Yokohama factory type) and did a wheel alignment. Vibration moved back up to starting in the high 80s and new bonus - the steering wheel wasn't straight. Groan. Tesla "fixed" the steering wheel issue but did not repeat the alignment. I ignored the problem for a several months and it slowly got worse (vibration started at a lower and lower speed). When the rear tires needed replacing I had another company replace the rears and rebalance the fronts - problem moved back up to starting at 87. (BTW - switching to Toyo R888 tires on the rear made a HUGE difference in the wet performance) Now, 3 months later the vibration was starting in the 70s. Tesla won't test the car at speeds high enough to reproduce the problem. Looking for advice... should I replace the front tires again? or should I yell at Tesla? The car isn't nice to drive once it hits the vibration speed.