Hi guys - I do quite a bit of reading on this website as well as others but have not seen this question asked/answered yet. I live in Iowa, so about 4 months of the year I will be driving through snow or less than ideal conditions. I have read everywhere that a tesla with snow tires is leaps and bounds better than most ICE cars with AWD - so im electing to configure my model 3 as RWD. I would like to purchase the sport wheel package; I love the wheels and think it really makes certain color model 3s more attractive. However, I would like to own two sets of wheels - one with all seasons tires and one with snow tires for my winter months. That way I can just swap wheels in November and call it good until April. In an ideal world - I would like to purchase the sport wheel package for the $1500 but also have the option to keep my stock aero wheels for winter tires. Is this a possibility, or is it typical that an upgraded wheel package means the manufacturer just keeps the stock option and gives you what you ordered? IF that's the case, and people have the same idea I do with keeping wheels for winter and other wheels for spring summer fall - is everyone just keeping the aero wheels and buying aftermarket wheels for less than $1500? That seems like a win/win to me as you will get the attractive aftermarket wheels of your choosing while ALSO getting to keep the aero wheels for your winter option? Seems like the only reasonable option to me? let me know your thoughts guys - thanks!