The next two years will be pretty exciting in terms of EV development. At the moment, Tesla's massive charging network is still a major decision point for me, but as more non-Tesla DCFCs open, and Tesla opens their network to other cars, things will really change.I have heard the Y weak launch thing before, actually, and do notice it. To be fair I have not driven a 3, but I can totally tell that power is limited right off the line until 10mph or so, as others said. I have seen speculation that part of the "accel boost" upgrade is removing the weak launch, but I haven't seen confirmation of that.
The bottom line, for me, is that the Y is fast enough for daily use and possibly "real world faster" than many cars when you factor in altitude where I live, not wanting to abuse manual gas cars, and so on. I like it, though my next car will likely be some kind of non-Tesla EV due to some of the UX stuff I don't like.
Now that I've had a taste of first a PHEV (with our 4xe) and then a BEV (the Tesla), I'm am all in to go BEV for both vehicles, and in 2 years, our next buying cycle will up so I'm hoping for either a massively improved PHEV Jeep or an outright BEV, and will also see by then what Ford, GM, indies like Rivian have.