I saw the new thread with the Supercharger maps here: 2017 Supercharger Map is up! I looked at their expansion plans around Boise, and they don't seem to make much sense. They seem myopically focused on interstate highways only and aren't noticing other very highly used routes that are lesser highways in that area. Looking at the new dots on the 2017 projected map, they are adding unnecessary extra Superchargers between the existing ones on I-84 at Ontario Oregon, Mountain Home Idaho, and just barely east of Twin Falls Idaho (Burley?). Meanwhile the nearby highly used routes that are too far for a single charge still show nothing. The San Francisco to Boise traffic uses U.S. Highway 95 from Winnemucca to Boise. Eastern Oregon from Bend to Boise still shows no Supercharger planned for either highway 20 or 26. Yes, there are other slow AC charging options on these routes that make them doable if you stop for an hour or two, but it's the distribution of resources that is bothersome. Mountain Home and Burley seem like a waste of equipment and construction cost, and I would love to see that money go to one of those other routes that needs it. Ontario sort of makes sense if they do plan to put something on 20 in Oregon, but it's still too far right now to do Ontario to Bend without an hour or two in Burns. Maybe this is grasping, but would this be to make I-84 easier for 60/70/75kwh cars with shorter range? It still seems like overkill with these areas being about 120-125 miles apart. That's already pretty easy, although a lot of people do want to use the 80mph speed limit which sucks range.