Hi all, I'm an architect and new Model S owner. My wife and I have taken a few longer trips with our Model S (mainly here in Oregon), and something has struck me about the Superchargers: So far, our experience seems to be that their locations aren't very walkable (at least the few we've been to). Some of them are pretty isolated, and are located at businesses I don't really have much interest in. I understand the businesses have a financial burden to host the Supercharger, which makes me feel 2 things: guilty for not wanting to patronize their business, and wondering why Tesla thinks their demographic would patronize their business. (Not to call out specifics, I'm just looking at the contrast between the statistical Model S owner and the statistical patron of some of the businesses where Superchargers are located, and I just see those as pretty different. Not knocking either the Model S owners or the businesses at all.) We're planning a trip to Utah, and the research I've done on the Superchargers we'll use indicates a similar situation. As a contrast, we've charged at a number of AeroVironment's ChaDeMo chargers along the West Coast Electric Highway (mainly along Highway 101 on the Oregon Coast). Several of them are located in downtown locations at municipal parking lots. This has been great! We park at the lot, plug in and have a ton of choices within just a few blocks, and we're close by where I can just zip back to the car and move it when its done charging if we're not ready to leave. What has been your favorite Supercharger, and what sort of amenities would people like to see/do while they're waiting to charge? Or another question: How far have you walked from a Supercharger to get to an amenity you wanted?