There have been several posts about the pros and cons of SAS (Smart Air Suspension). I fully understand and respect that some people feel that SAS does not improve the ride to any appreciable extent. I understand that SAS will probably not improve performance under most conditions. I understand that some people feel that SAS is a poor value compared to a symphonic sound system or other options. I understand and I respect their opinions and choices but those issues are not important to me. This is why I will select the SAS option if it is offered ( I realize it will not be offered in the short term and perhaps not even in the long term). 1. I live in a community with weird standards for driveway approaches and ramps. It is difficult to get into your driveway without scraping the front and rear overhangs on the car unless it is a jacked up SUV. It is not just me, it is my neighbors too. It would be nice to have SAS with GPS memory to get us over the hump, automatically. 2. I am definitely older than the average Model 3 demographic. Getting these tired old bones in and out of a car gets to be more difficult every year. SAS would allow the car to automatically raise to its highest level upon shut down. That would make it vastly easier for us to get in and out. I have no expectation that SAS will be offered on the Model 3. So I could go aftermarket and install an airbag system. But the cost would be $4000+ in my area and it would clutter the interior with a lot of switches. More important aftermarket does not offer GPS memory at this time. So I will have decisions to make in about two months. I will voluntarily move down the list if I have a reasonable expectation of an SAS option in the future even if it is packaged with a Performance configuration (which I have no need for) for more money I really I don't need to spend. I want SAS that bad!