I'm really starting to think Tesla corporate doesn't have a strategy for the sales side of the business. I just checked out the 400+ inventory model S's. I found the car I would ideally want and then went into the site and did a custom order with the exact same features. To my surprise the savings to buy inventory was essentially nil, nada, zilch, zip, ZERO! Since the refresh there are some added goodies like the: new nose, new Bio filter, center console, wheels and just outright "new". The ONLY benefit I see is the fact that a buyer can get their car ASAP versus waiting two months. Not a deal maker in any way IMHO. I've bought almost all my Apple gear "refurbished' from Apple and its a great way to get last year's model at a significant discount with the manufacture's warranty. I would think the inventory cars that lack incremental improvements would be discounted in order to move the inventory. With this many "new" cars I'd think they would start the 1% a formula based price reduction program ando put them out in the showrooms to get them sold to impulse buyers. Then we have the CPO program that's fallen off the radar for five months... I think Tesla is sitting on hundreds of these mostly classic cars. These cars are probably depreciating at a very solid clip and accelerating with the leased cars starting to trickle back in along with the buy back guarantee cars. The folks that are planning to replace with a new Model S will NOT want an inventory car with the old style nose, they will want the latest iteration or even an X. These cars need to moved and probably represent a huge albatross around TSLA's neck. They are GREAT cars for those of us 400K people with Model 3 reservations even if just 10% buy one as a bridge To Model 3 EV. TSLA is full of brilliant people but I'm starting to think they lack what "brilliant"people sometimes do which is common sense (my son is an aspie, brilliant but he often wears his clothes inside out and backwards.). Come on Tesla, hack 10% off those inventory cars and offer 0% financing for 72 months and get them sold ASAP. Then, get those CPO cars refurbished and out to the SC's to be sold as is, where is with pricing established by formula (a 33% for 2014's, 40% discount for 2013's and 50% discount for 2012's off the original sticker price plus a $.50/mile discount for mileage > 12K/year) but with a CPO warranty AND finance those at 1.9% for 48 months and get those cars sold. Doing this would give people a reasonable and realistic pricing model to make informed decisions to buy custom, inventory or CPO. Maybe I'm missing something here....looking forward to comments.