tl;dr; ...........in Today......5 years..Type 6%.........7%.......Critical Charges, Usually a Supercharger, but can be an overnight WC 1.0%.......7.0%.....Opportunistic, building extra cushion, meals, shopping, out on the town 87%........80%......Routine, daily charge habit @ home, work, school, or hotel charging on an extended stay 4%.........2%.......Trials: making sure my equipment works & the Wall Connector (or other non-Supercharger) 8%.........8%.......No charging at all (will be higher in retirement or vacation by jet) I have had my S 70D for about 500 days now, and I've built up some rough statistics. I'm 52 years old in semi-retirement. My wife and I have a SUV ICE that competes with the S 70D for road-trips. I've broken down my charge habit into five categories, where one is the car just sitting idle (about 1 day or more per week). I've been trying to figure out how often I rely on chargers other than Supercharging. In my 'newbee' year, I made a lot of trials of nearby chargers, mainly to confirm a) they worked; b) they worked on a taper; c) and my car equipment worked. That phase is diminishing now. All data is a percentage of all charging events. In other words I vacation/road-trip 3% of the 500 days, but needed multiple charges each of those days to complete my trips. The destination charger network is not as robust here, in Texas, as it is in California -- but Texas grows more like California every month (Wind generation is making our grid greener). Having said that, I expect, in 5 years, there will be double the Supercharger site count (in Texas), and maybe 4-5X more destination charging options (not counting non Wall Connectors). I am a home-owner, and so, it is trivial to charge at home, unlike apartment dwellers. The Critical category is the sort of charging where you simply will not make it to your destination without an unplanned lengthy stay -- inconvenient to the driver and others if that charge should fall through. I wonder how everyone else's situation compares? Do others think they will grab more charges outside their home/work/school environment, as I think that I will? Or do people think that there will be such a surplus of drivers that it becomes difficult to squeeze in to limited WC/Supercharger stalls, say, in 5 years?