There are 2 persons at Tejaswi who go by the name Rajesh. If you are refering to the lean guy with spectacles, then he knows me pretty well as I have dealt with him for few purchases of Linea/Puntos. Ignore him and go for the Absolute Edition. Deals are best made when you are there at the showroom in person. E-mails wouldn't help much with negotiations IMO. Speak to them in person and ask for a written quotation and offers they promise you. Deals change every month and next month there can be a few extra deals or none. We (even the dealers) never know. So, if you are going to book the vehicle next month, they might say that the deal can be changed. I see that other than Absolute edition and corporate discount (which does not change normally) there is nothing else being given to you. So I hope the current deal would be intact (even if they say it won't). The Absolute edition is for festive season and I guess would be extended till Jan 2013 with more mouth watering deals to get rid of 2012 models. Just my opinion though. MMI has got pretty good reviews. You cannot expect the same level of Garmin and Tomtom, but does a pretty decent job for Indian conditions. I have a cheap Chinese GPS tablet with MMI V5.0 maps on it and it works pretty fine for me. The new Carpad5 comes with 3D maps and street level mapping. Here is an expert from one of the websites about Carpad5. "Carpad 5 GPS navigator facilitates you with India's most detailed maps, including house numbers and city & travel guides. The map covers over 6.3 million places, 5,79,000 towns and villages, 4000 cities at street-level, along with house-level data for 36 cities and 3D landmarks and building footprints for 34 major cities". I will be back to India by 3rd week of November and I would be more than happy to help you with any referals or guidance for paint and stickering jobs.