In light of the model S specs being release I wanted to share my opinion (in a constructive way) with my fellow reservation holders & Tesla fans & hopefully some Tesla employee might happen across this. I think the case could be easily made that those of us planning on buying the 160 mile Model S are probably “aspiring” or stretching ourselves harder to get a Model S than those getting a signature model and I understand money talks, but…. As I put away over a thousand dollars a month in anticipation of the Model S. Let’s just say... it will be unacceptable for me to be treated like a step child by Tesla. If that is the case I may have to re-evaluate my EV plans. Don’t get me wrong, I probably won’t, but I felt that other may share my opinion and that it’s worth mentioning. Let me explain. Even though I am buying a 160 range Model S (you could call It the 99%’ers S), I still want to go on long distance trips. Give me the option to pay extra for the super charger and don’t tell me there’s a technical reason it can’t be done. So only charge the battery half way at level 3, and then slow the charging to level two this would keep the batteries safe. I even planned on getting every option on a 160 mile Model S. Now I’m being told that I’m going to spend $60k+ out of pocket. ( I know there’s a rebate but my loan will for the full price of the car, after down payment) to get the “Windows 7 Basic” version of the Model S that can’t do half of the things advertised over the past 3 years. I think tesla is leaving money on the table here. What if I’m just trying to get my foot in the Tesla/EV door & I want to upgrade my battery later. Let me do it. Ok!, So make me pay for everything extra. I understand Tesla needs to make money & I want to see them succeed. I will pay extra for the 5.6 motor on my 160 mile S, I will pay extra for a non-conservative color on my 160 mile S; maroon is my favorite color . I will pay extra for my Super charger on my 160 mile S, don’t just say no Supercharger not possible on 160 S. I have waited 3 years because I felt the model S would be the best thing to me to save money long term. Tesla, don’t tell me what I want. That’s what the big three does. I will tell you, and I’ll gladly hand over more money if you give more options to do it…. on the 160 mile S. A 70 thousand dollar car (230 mile S with tax) is out most earthlings reach. 60 ok, that’s upper middle class, but 70s push’n it.