I monitor the X threads to get a pulse on how the X roll-out is progressing. I am not only interested as a fan of Tesla, but I also make investment decisions on how the company is doing - more than just charts and financials. This roll-out and the costs associated with the X will not affect today's stock price, but, they show up later. Also, the general customer service experience tells a lot too. Since I haven't yet bought a Tesla, I can only put my hand on the pulse of Tesla through these threads. The last 4-6 months have been an absolutely nightmare with the X ramp up. I don't think anyone, in their most dire thoughts expected it to be this bad. But, I did believe and I still do that the FaWDs are a major problem that engineering or manufacturing cannot correct. There are just more functionality problems than pluses with the doors. Add in the difficult (and expensive) design and build process, along with the incredibly expensive repair process, and you land where we are today - with Tesla getting crushed in the media and losing the reputation they earned for building great, problem-free cars (granted, the drive-train issues in the S had already tarnished it a little). That said, my continued review of these problem threads have shown that they have gone WAY down in the last couple of weeks. Is it possible that I am wrong and they are getting these doors figured out? Are they more functional than I thought (I am ALWAYS open to being 100% wrong)? Or, has Tesla stopped building the X until they can get the problems worked out?