Long time lurker, first time poster. I was thinking about the limits being placed on Supercharging. Totally makes sense to reduce congestion, but I feel like the wrong metric is being used. Providing 400kwh / year (1,000 miles) may be generous, but that may really only be one or two trips. For example, I live in Boston. I recently went to a friend's wedding in Rochester NY. Door-to-door was 375 miles. Let's say I left my house in a S 70D. I probably could get to Utica before a charge stop. So at that point I'd be charging on the Supercharge Network. I'd probably need 1-2 more charges to get home (or at a destination charger). So let's say I've tapped into 180kwh on this trip (medium/long range), I'd probably only be able to take one and a half more "free" trips. But what if rather than capping total network consumption, it was just initial network consumption? So let's say the first visit of a trip hits your limit, but if you fill up at another supercharger x number of miles away within the next 24 hours it's not counted toward your total. That way you could continue to cross the country on your trip and you're not causing congestion at any single charger (the fear attempting to be alleviated). Surely, if they can make a neural network smart enough to drive the car, they could figure out an algorithm for this. I'm not complaining, it's still cheaper than the 6 tanks of gas I actually used on my round trip to Rochester. Just thinking of another alternative.