I think most people have agreed with the direction Tesla has been taking as a company (start low volume/expensive sports car and work down towards more affordable/mass market cars). A dicsuccsion was started here that Tesla should have come out with a supercar/McLaren F1 fighter EV to wow the world again and leave the mass market cars to the big players (I assumer Ford, Nissan, Renault...etc). I'm on the side that Tesla is making the right moves, at least for the US. Americans may think the Roadster is cool but it's not really practical and too expensive. Without something more affordable and practical, Tesla would remain a niche player. They could do that and probably survive being a boutique car maker and selling powertrain components but that's not Elon's vision of getting as many EVs out to drivers as possible and changing again what an EV means to the general public (no longer a tiny, limited range city car).