With a Standard reservation for sometime next year rather than my former Signature reservation. You may remember that I'm allergic to the headliner; well, I've found some plastic-type surface treatments which should work at preventing the microfiber from bleeding into the air. Won't be pretty but should work. Wouldn't have worked on the Alcantara though. I think I'm happier with the Standard in any case; with the Signature I was paying extra for a lot of stuff I didn't want (21" wheels, etc), so the Standard feels more like value for money. Also, I think I'll probably get a more "debugged" car by getting it next year, and it should be a lot easier to comparison shop for insurance once the car's been out for a little while. I also get to think longer about whether I need the 85 kWh battery or whether I'll be happy with the 60 kWh. The 60kWh will handle a round trip (on the non-expressway roads I prefer) to Rochester or Scranton, and I don't like driving even that far without long rest breaks. Perhaps I should save the $10K and devote it to the charitable activity of installing high-power chargers at select locations. I'm disappointed that Tesla converted the Chicago store into a service center, and placed the only Illinois store in suburban nowheresville; I was in downtown Chicago not long ago. It may be perverse, but I'm not going to *drive* long distances to get to an automobile store. If I'd had the time, I guess I could have gone to the Park Meadows store (conveniently on the LRT) while I was in Denver, but my schedule was truly packed. I guess I'll have to make a special trip to NYC -- which still has a store which can be reached by public transportation -- to try out the seats.