Hi all, Just wondering what members of this group think of non-Tesla DC fast charging (eg CHAdeMO) in regional and outer metro areas. I have been contemplating how long Tesla will take to build out a wide coverage Supercharger network within Australia. It looks like we will definitely have coverage from Melbourne-Brisbane by the end of the year, and possibly Adelaide by forum chatter. But how much longer will it take to cover areas outside of that? Major corridors are one thing, however, with Australia’s relatively tiny population; can Telsa alone cover all these possible routes (obviously we are not talking the Birdsville track!)? How much might members use slower DCFC stations (say 50kW) if they were available? And how much would you be willing to pay to use them? What sort of locations do you think would be suitable? Would you still drive somewhat out of your way to use a free Supercharger? Superchargers will and are making a huge difference to the practicality of Tesla’s, but there are many areas where taking a Tesla requires lots of planning. Destination charging is something I see filling part of the gap when more accommodation businesses can offer something more than a 10A socket. Thoughts? Adam.