Guys, I need some help making a decision here. I just got a new job where the company is located *right outside* the train station and my house is within walking distance (15-20 mins) of the corresponding train station in my city. Bay Area traffic is horrible and I would have to be a masochist to choose commuting by car over commuting by train (it would be a much longer than my current commute since this company is further from home than my current company). Yes, there is EAP on the Model 3 but it's not like I'll be able to completely take my eyes off the road and answer emails during my commute until FSD is available (like I would be able to on the train). So, my rational brain is screaming at me every chance it gets, telling me not to be a buffoon and buy a $55k+ car. On the other hand, I will probably get the full federal tax credit (Nov - Jan delivery timeframe), and this would be my last chance to do so unless my home state, CA, passes the new EV legislation that would allow the consumer to pay the price of an "equivalent" ICE car after rebate. Sure, I still need a car for things other than commuting, but I'm not the kind of person who regularly takes road trips to LA/Vegas/etc, so my 2002 Volvo that just got a ton of repairs done would be more than sufficient (it even has an aftermarket bluetooth entertainment system). Maybe I'll discover roadtripping if I get a Tesla? Perhaps EAP will make things like day trips to Yosemite possible? Would love to hear your thoughts. p.s., Train ride is 20-30 mins depending on the type of train. Car commute would be 45-50 mins, perhaps 35-40 using carpool lane with the model 3.