The recent thread about side-impacts with Model X (Alive and married bc a Model X saved my life) got me thinking about the air suspension ride height and safety on the Model X. Currently I usually ride the Model X on Low, which it seems to default to (anyone got a good grip on when the heights chage?), and occasionally switch to Very High for some tricky spot (which I know it can remember based on geo-location, of course) only to see it auto-lower itself later on. On the old Model S I actually used to reset it to High / Very High quite often, although it would lower itself at speed. But since it was inherently a lower car, I used to prefer to sit a bit higher from normal on that, than I've felt the need on the Model X where it always sits a bit higher. Mostly I've been just happy with Low, though I do not I'm riding lower than many people e.g. in German SUVs... What is your strategy and experience on the Model X air suspension height settings? On what setting do you keep it and how do you maintain your ride-height through the automated changes? And any comments on if riding higher could be safer or is any safety offset by worse handling? One more thing, to me it seems Model S/X both on Very High are harsher rides than on lower settings. Is this just in my head or is it because the suspension has been pushed to an extreme?