Not a new topic since Tesla has clearly stated delivery priority goes to Tesla and Space X employees, then California and the left coast before moving eastward. And I'm not even getting into the prioritization process for the rest of the world. My question is three fold and lets use my situation as an example but this applies to many others. I made my reservation at the Hingham, Ma store at 10:15am on 3/31. I'm hoping delivery would be sometime in Q1 2018. So based on Tesla's statement someone on the east coast who takes delivery of a Model S/X in Q1 of 2018 would get priority on a Model 3. First, do you believe it is fair that someone in the US who takes delivery nearly 2 years after a day 1 reservation should get priority? I certainly get the priority that early Model X/S owners take precedence. After all they helped make the Model 3 even possible. And my apologies to folks in Canada, Europe and elsewhere who will have an even longer wait. Second, do you think Tesla should eventually draw a line in the sand and say that after "X" date early reservation holds take precedence over new Model S/X owners? Third, do you think Tesla will ever do it and if they do what cut off date would make sense?