Markos, All true (your comparisons) other than one detail. The batteries do require cooling- there are small in and outs which need to be chained together and sent through a pump and tiny radiator. The Drive unit also has coolant with a small radiator. This is not a huge deal, but does give it one more tick of complexity and plumbing that is a bit unexpected at first glance.So you are saying that you have four parts (motor/single-speed-gearbox/LR axle flanges). This replaced, motor/clutch/gearbox/driveshaft/differential). Batteries replace fuel system, cooling system, and exhaust. Tesla’s aren’t simple machines but there is beauty and simplicity in electrification. I absolutely love it. I was dreaming of owning a DC 914 running on golf cart batteries 20 years ago. I’m happy to see this moving along!