My state sucks for renewables and EV's, as can't purchase a Tesla new in the state of Wisconsin, so I will have to go elsewhere and import to the state. My fears: 0. Have to buy from Minneapolis, as it's our closest Tesla shop. Ok, but 3 .5 hours from any warantee repairs. 1. RANGE. Everybody else is so over range problems, but we are no. Our cabin in the U.P. of Michigan has 1 destination charger on the way of a 230 mile trip. 16 amps, so pretty slow. NO SC or other charge options, so I have to had a LR and LR+ is even better. Sure 230 miles easy in summer. Winter when it's -20degF, might be a challenge and wife already has range anxiety thinking about it. Plus if need to pull even a small 4x8 trailer 230 miles, even in summer might be a challenge. PLEASE TESLA or Electrify America, add a SC in Northern Wis or Houghton, MI. Currently 0 Super chargers in the whole U.P. P.S. Range anywhere west or south or east of my home is fine with SC network, North is lacking. 2. BODY REPAIRS. We have deer. Lots of them on the road and they get hit. I have to take 3.5 hours to Minneapolis (closest service center) for body repairs? That will suck. Plus what if car is disabled from an accident like deer? Have to trailer to Minneapolis? Who pays for that? Plus the time? Really wish regular body shops could get body parts. 3. BODY REPAIR TIME. So it goes to Minneapolis and then what? Wait 8->18+ weeks for parts and repair? Suppose to be better but still hear horror stories of recent repairs. Again, local shop would be better. I get cars done every 1-2 years from deer hits and with our local shop, you CAN'T TELL is was repaired as they do really great work! 4. DELIVERY QUALITY for the $$$$ spent. Order car, wait 5-9 weeks, then too many little assembly problems, so reject car and wait again? Tesla really needs to do some quality checks. IT'S a $90K car! Not like we are buying a Kia for $20K (BTW, daughter's 2019 Kia Niro HEV had 0 miss aligned parts or delivery problems, so even a $20K car can set the bar pretty high) Sure paying for the Tech, blah, blah, blah. But spend what, 1 hour going over the car and clean and aliagn if factory can't? At a Cost of what, $100 labor? On a $90K car, would help the reputation. 5. DEPRECIATION: It's SO good on the X, that can use the 3 year high resale price in convincing wife the real cost is up-front cost of admission. Sure high up front, but we can afford, just don't WANT to if going to dive LOTS, if you know what I mean. Have bought lots of 2-4 year old used cars to let the other guy take the initial hit. But, I need LR+ (see concerned #1 above) so that is cars after 2-14-2020, and hold value really well! FEAR: The Mustang Mach E or some European get there poop together and are decent EVs. (it may happen) To be honest, I would rather buy from a traditional dealer that is CLOSER to me and I can get body parts for in a reasonable time at a local shop (see #0, #2 and #3 above) If Tesla DOES get some real competition, do they respond by lowering new prices in 2-3 years? If so, that hurts the amazing resale value I'm banking on now, looking forward. Can see it a bit already, as the current X is TENS of THOUSANDS less new than 3-4 years ago. Don't get me wrong. I drive a Volt and have 7kw of solar on my house in a state that is very hostile to renewable. WE HAVE TO DO SOMETHING TO CUT OUR CARBON EMISSIONS AND TESLA IS AT THE FOREFRONT OF DRIVING THAT!!! I respect that, but am not really a fan of the tight sales/ parts distribution model they use as it hurts me. I just wish I could buy an X at the price of a regular SUV plus battery cost, from a close dealer, who could supply parts to local body shop if/when I need them. Just dreaming.