Hey everyone. After last week's news that Model Y will be going into production no earlier than late 2019, and more likely 2020- I'm starting to consider an interim option since I'm doubtful that my 2004 Forester is going to make it to when I can reasonably expect to take delivery of a Model Y here in Canada. (Thinking late 2020 at the earliest). So I've started to consider several holdover options, from ICE cars like a Tiguan, to currently available Electric options like the KIA Soul or eGolf, as range-constricted as they are. At the most ambitious end of my thinking is a CPO Model S. I've been keeping my eye on the PreOwned page of Tesla's site for a while, and within the last month I've started to see more cars showing up in the mid $60Ks (again, Canadian prices). So I guess the question is what are people's experiences with CPO Financing, the word "Lease" actually appears on the page but I'm guessing you can't lease a used Tesla. I'm definitely planning to reserve and move to a Model Y when I can, so ideally I'm hoping to get into this car for about 3 years. After that, I'm wondering what my exit strategy will be? Will a Model S continue to hold it's value? Will Tesla still be buying back older cars with the 45-60K additional mileage I'll likely put on it between now and 2020? Thoughts welcome! Thanks!