I'm doing some reading to understand how to lift the MS for wheel changes, Alloy Gator installation, etc. I'm comfortable working with one wheel up at a time on a jack to change tires, but if I wanted to paint the calipers, etc, it would be fastest to get the car up on jack stands and work on all 4. I have read about and can see the 4 lift points near the wheels, however, how do you get jack stands onto those pads when I think the jack itself takes up at least 1/2 of the pad? With the width of a typical jack stand, I don't see how you can fit the stand next to the jack's lifting pad and still have it align to the MS's approved lifting point. There isn't any other place under the MS that I can see to lift from. I did see an MS on 4 jack stands at the shop where I was getting tint done, but neglected to look at where they put the jack stands. I'm about to order a 3 ton jack (Amazon.com: Powerzone 380044 3 Ton Aluminum and Steel Garage Jack: Automotive) and from what I can tell, the contact pad on the jack would take up around 1/2 of the Tesla lift point. Suggestions? Edit: I just found these: Jackpoint jackstands. They look really interesting, but pricey at $300/pair. http://www.jackpointjackstands.com/ What do people think of these?