Some of you may have read about my numerous issues with a new (Apr'16) Model S. Here's the original thread. One of the issues was a serious windshield issue: at night, bright lights such as tail lights, traffic lights, headlights, and street lamps viewed through the windshield would have a "ghosting effect": you see the light, and a dimmer replica of the light above and below -- essentially you see lights in triplicate. The lighted object itself and ghosts above and below. This is well visible for objects 20 yards or farther, in other words anything bright not immediately in front of you. Many Model X owners reported this issue with their windshields -- see this Model X thread. After much waiting, the Service Center in Dublin, CA replaced the windshield. The replacement did not solve the issue -- in fact it may have made it slightly worse. When I spoke to my service advisor and then the service manager, they informed me that there is no fix for this, all new Model S and Model X vehicles have this issue, their replacement of my windshield was simply a "let's try this, see if it helps" rather than a deliberate fix or strategy, and in essence I have to live with this. I wind this totally unacceptable. Before I start ringing Tesla corporate bells, I'd appreciate input. Anyone else having a similar issue? Anyone with this issue actually got it resolved? Thoughts? Thanks!