Hi all, Been a little MIA on this forum since I got my model 3, but I've been really enjoying it and still thrilled with my purchase. Wanted to talk a little bit about my service center experience and then follow up with my comparison between my model 3 based on 3 weeks of experience in comparison to the model S they were nice enough to give me as a loaner. The service center experience was a little mixed. Got there late in the day for the last appointment. When I got there I parked and a guy came out to check me in. He seemed a little annoyed that I was there. I don't know if he was upset that so many people were bringing their new model 3s in or if he was in a rush to get out of there or what, but I was a little confused. He went in and got my service tech to do a walk around with me. That guy was super friendly. I felt a little bit bad about being nitpicky about all the fit and finish issues but he understood where I was coming from and was patient with me. One thing I was a bit upset about was the first thing I pointed out which were the panels poking out in the front next to the lights. He mentioned that the fix for that would be some body shop work. I was like, what!?! They told me at delivery that the fix was easy and the panels were just tightened too much! Now they're telling me that the last car that came back from the body shop looked worse than mine! I was kinda annoyed at this point. I told him I'd be extremely disappointed and would expect a new car if it looked worse when I get it back. $62K+ after everything is NOT cheap for me and I absolutely expect better! After this the rest of the items I pointed out he seemed less concerned about. I'll go over these things in more detail in a later post. In the end he said just the body work would take about two weeks and the rest of the stuff would depend if they have to get new parts. When he said I'd need to get a rental, I asked if they had any model S' available and he said no there's so many people getting service that they're going through Enterprise rental car now. In the end, he surprised me when he brought out a Model S. I'll give my experience in the following post when I get a moment to write it up.