I took delivery today.
The Good: Delivery team was very friendly and ernest. We all got free water and I could make myself a Nespresso if I wanted.
The car has a lot of acceleration, appears to track straight and handle well. I didn't find the ride overly harsh (so far.) The seats are very comfy. Their included charge kit includes level 2 capability.
The paint job looked good, fit and finish mostly good. It's overall a nice looking car.
The Bad: still don't know how to tune in any of my favorite stations (if it's even possible.) I hope I eventually figure it out.
Not a big fan of having to do so much using the touch screen. It feels awkward. It's a reach for me to adjust some common stuff like volume, and I don't like having to look at the screen to do it. I hope this is not "the future", because it feels like a step backwards for me in usability, functionality, convenience and safety. I remember when I bought my first car that had the ability to adjust volume and station tuning on the steering wheel, and how luxurious and ergonomic that felt...and now Tesla has taken that away from me again. Nope, sorry, not a fan of that decision.
There were some misaligned panels and stuff that didn't seem to fit right. I pointed it out to the team, and they said I could bring it back later and get it fixed.
The Ugly: Car was delivered with less than 50% charge.
Car still thinks it is in the Bay Area, and GPS is useless right now. The local stations are not right, either.
When I drive about 50 MPH or so, there is a LOT of wind noise coming from the driver's side. MUCH more than my Bolt. Completely unexpected and disappointing.
Overall, it just doesn't feel like a $60,000 car to me. But maybe it will grow on me, eventually. If Tesla ever gets FSD to work, I guess then it would be worth it. But who knows when that will happen, if ever.