Well, I guess you aren't interested in my review.
I love my Tesla Model S. I don't drive a lot compared to you. Maybe 80 miles a day on work days and may a hundred total on the weekends. I've owned mine for just over three years and have nearly 80k miles on it.
* The pickup is wonderful. Not just the 0-60, but the 50-80 on the highways.
* The battery gets just as much out of a charge now as it did when I first got it. (It's apparently warrantied for 8 years unlimited miles so long as you don't damage it by discharging it completely)
* Streaming audio is free and great (mine has 3G built in and free so far, newer ones have LTE built in and free so far). They don't use your phone at all. You can stream audio from TuneIn streaming radio and a service similar to Pandora in functionality.
* Software updates can add functionality; they come out a few times a year and are free. They download in the background and you are given the option to install them after you leave the car or overnight.
* Map updates (separate from software updates) occur a couple times a year and are free.
* Maintenance is minimal. One service a year and even then it's just to check the brakes (still original and with almost no wear) and top off the windshield wiper fluid.
* I get the equivalent of 24 miles for every dollar of electricity. (This was even more impressive when comparing it to $4/gallon gasoline a few years ago.)
* The wheels wear down a bit faster than I expected. I'm on my third set and plan on getting replacements next year.
* The software is mediocre. Though it has gotten better since I've gotten it.
* The media system to play your own music is substandard. Doesn't apparently sync iPods. If you want MP3s, you have to play them on your phone and use bluetooth streaming or use a USB drive. The USB drive gets all your metadata so you can browse by artist or album, but there's no playlist functionality.
* Software updates can remove functionality. Sometimes the updates make minor changes in the UI that appear just cosmetic.
* The maintenance schedule is confusing. They don't give me a recommendation on when to bring the car back in. So I take it in once a year.
* It's an expensive car. Even among luxury cars.
About electric vehicles in general:
* Most of your charging is going to be at home, overnight. So have a garage available to plug in nightly. Roadside charging is available but time consuming compared to gassing up a gas-powered car. The Tesla superchargers are significantly faster than plugging in anywhere else, but even they will take more than an hour to charge a car from near-empty to near-full.
* Charging at home means never leaving home without a "full" charge (Tesla recommends charging to 90% most of the time). I never stop at a gas station, let alone during rain or freezing weather.
* Regenerative brakes mean your disc breaks will last a lot longer than in a gas or diesel car.
All in all, I'm very happy to own my Model S. It's pricey and I probably wouldn't want to get another can at that price range. But I will definitely get another luxury all-electric car as my next car. If it's a Tesla depends on price breaks on the Model S going forwards rather than offerings from other luxury car manufacturers. Tesla has to lose me as a customer before someone else can win me over.