Thanks, not trying to evoke any jealousy, just giving hope to others that might be waiting or heaven forbid, experience the order screw-up I did. The Coriss Grey i-Pace at Crown Jaguar was FE all black interior (I think also had full leather wrap-black), 22" 5069-style wheels, for anyone interested. As of this post they have 2 FE builds on their website
I'm coming from a Mercedes GL (3rd in 11 years, after 2 MLs before that), so the ride is MUCH smoother and more solid (no body sway) than those "trucks". I haven't even touched any of the suspension settings yet (I'm only up to 158mi on the car) but am VERY pleased with the ride. The 22" wheels are just so badass looking - I think they make the car complete as a sportscar-SUV 'crossover'. I was driving alongside a Tesla X on the freeway today, and after experiencing my own i-Pace in person now for 24 hours, getting in and out for many 'errands' (some more necessary than others ;-), looking from every angle and light source... the X is just even more bland looking in comparison. I-Pace build quality is great - opening and closing all doors, glovebox, center console compartment, sunglass storage, windows, trunk, frunk - all moving parts are sound - even love the heavy thud the doors make when closing - no issues at all related to component quality, panel gaps, rattling, looseness - nothing. Also I do believe the suede headliner helps keep the car even quieter than the morzine. My only quality issue at all so far is that I don't think the stitching quality in the rear seats is as good as the front seats and dash. Not awful, but the front seats and dash (full leather wrap) are so perfect I did notice the rear seats were less so.
Gotta tackle my Level 2 charger installation tonight. I tried the Level 1 charger that comes with the car last night... in 10 hours it only went from 60% to 70%, so about 1% per hour (2 mi/hour). Pretty worthless, frankly. I had a NEMA 6-50 plug installed in my garage for my (still in box) ChargePoint Home 25, so just have to wall mount the ChargePoint unit and plug in. Now where did I leave my drill....