Given that apparently the 250kW charging rate is only sustained for a few minutes, and only when at a low state of charge, I feel like it would make more sense to have the V3 chargers be shared, where even when shared they could provide the full 120-ish Watts of the v2 chargers, which is sufficient in most cases, especially considering this would allow them to double the number of stalls for relatively little additional cost. Unless they managed to do a significant cost-saving redesign for the V3 chargers, I can't imagine the new chargers will be anywhere near as cheap for Tesla to produce as the V2 ones are. I hope there's something I'm missing, as I don't think the faster charging rate for a short period will be worth potentially reducing the number of stalls by half (or more, from additional costs). The only significant benefit of this method I see is potentially significant charging rate improvements for the Roadsters with their 600 mile range, or perhaps the chargers themselves are only capable of providing the full 250kW for a brief time due to thermal constraints? I'm interested to hear other's thoughts on this matter.