I feel like we need to start talking about this again, and its implications for those who choose to pickup their Model 3 at the factory in Fremont instead of their home state. There was legislation proposed last year in CA that would exempt out-of-state car buyers from CA sales tax. Unfortunately the bill died and never even had a chance. Its too bad because this would really promote tourism in CA and allow the wave of new Tesla owners to see the "Alien Dreadnought" that has produced their cars. Most states I think will give you credit for what you have already paid to CA in sales tax on a new vehicle. But the states that don't have sales tax like Oregon, or states like Washington with a sales tax exemption on the first $32K, wouldn't be able to take advantage. Maybe we can get this conversation going again, and maybe poke Tesla (or Tweet Elon) about this and see if any progress is being made on this front.