So, it seems that I'm stymied on my journey to get a Model 3 at (what seems to be) the first step: buy a house. :crying: I've been renting a condo for the last couple of years during my separation and divorce, trying to save some money for a down payment on some place with off-street parking (which I don't have right now). If I could have rented for one more year, it would have been no problem -- unfortunately, my landlady decided to sell my place, and the listing broker successfully did everything possible to sideline me from getting an offer in (I suspect, but can't prove, that he's trying to help out a friend). Unless, by some miracle, my backup offer actually works, I'm going to have to move very soon. The one house I found that could have worked failed inspection -- at this point, it looks like more rental, probably for at least a couple of years, due to needing to recoup moving expenses and whatnot. (Not to mention that most management companies in Ann Arbor make getting your damage deposit back a full-contact bloodsport...) In this time, my trusty Prius is probably going to need to be replaced. I drive quite a bit -- about 40,000 mi/yr, with a 120 mi round-trip commute, plus lots of road trips. It's got over 325,000 mi on it now. While Ann Arbor has a lot of public chargers for Michigan, they're hardly ubiquitous, and most have a 4-hour time limit -- the idea of having to walk to the car around midnight in all types of weather to reposition it seems far from ideal. They've been talking about putting chargers in at work, but I've heard that talk before, and nothing ever materializes. I've followed the installation of the Ann Arbor supercharger with great interest (and posted a lot to its thread), but recent statements by Elon Musk imply that I wouldn't be allowed to use it for regular charging. This really bums me out -- my plan B if the Model 3 didn't show up before my Prius needed to be replaced was to buy a Volt (or possibly the Bolt, if it had something similar to the supercharger network), but the same charger access issues apply to it. At the moment, it's looking like I might end up getting another Prius when the time comes, despite the fact that Toyota isn't interested in EV's (and I don't really want to reward that behavior). :crying: Since I drive my cars until they're dead, I probably wouldn't be in the market again until the Model 4 (or whatever it will be called) comes out. I know that trying to predict things out even a couple of years in advance in the EV space is basically impossible, but does anyone know if anything is coming down the line for people in my sort of situation?