I have been patiently looking for a used Model S for 2 years now. Well, I really should say that I have been researching used S's and waiting for the price to fall into what I'm willing to spend on a vehicle. With that said, the prices are finally getting to the point where I can get serious with my search. And, the good thing is, spending 2 years reviewing EVERY single Model S for sale on TMC, Autotrader, and ebay has taught me a lot about which VIN #s I want to be in, which options I THINK I want, and what would be a good price. With that said, looking at cars and reading about them can only get you so far. I am a VERY patient person and want to find the right car for a reasonable/fair price (will have to either be a CPO or one that has the extended warranty also). So, here is what I am thinking at this moment. Here are the options I must have: Tech Package, Smart Air Suspension, Twin (dual) Chargers, Parking Sensors, 85 or above battery (need all the range I can get). Options I'd like to have: Panoramic Roof, upgraded Leather Seats, 19" Slipstream Wheels Any other option is just gravy in my mind and I wouldn't mind having any of the others, but I don't want to pay for them (ie, the performance package is nice, but the P85's bring more money than the regular 85). I live in the South where it is hot and flat, and really NEVER cold. So, I don't NEED AWD, but of course I'd take it. So finally, to my question. For the Model S owners out there, which options do you think are MUST-HAVE? I know that a base Model S with only the Tech package is a good car. But I guess I mean if you are going to invest this much in a car, which options are the ones that you'd be stupid NOT to get if possible. Or maybe I should say, you couldn't live without. Basically, if you were a cheapskate like me and simply refuse to spend a fortune on a car, which options give you the most bang for the buck? PS. This is the first car I've ever WANTED. I normally buy vehicles based on need and utility. For example, my 2 kids are now basically grown and don't really want to go places with us very much anymore so I don't think I need my minivan any longer. No, I don't like mini vans, but for traveling, I don't care what anyone says, you can't get any more comfortable other than buying a BIGGER van.