I was looking at the map, and every new supercharger going back over 6 months have been the Urban-type. These include: Thousand Oaks: West Glendale Carlsbad (under construction) San Diego Downtown Riverside Downey-Stonewood Downey-Lakewood Riverside San Bernadino Fontana (under construction) In comparison, every recent old-school (“classic”?) supercharger built in recent memory has either entered construction or was permitted in 2017. These include: Thousand Oaks: East: (permitted 11/2017) Lake Elsinore (permitted 11/2017) Santa Clarita: (permitted 10/17, construction 1/18) (Calabasas was permitted 10/17, with equipment on site since 11/17. We have no clue what type these are as of yet) So, is this the end of the classic supercharger for So Cal? Will all future ones be Urban type? I am not stating this is a bad thing. If I arrive at a crowded site, I would much rather get 72 kW compared to 30 kW. Being that most So Cal sites are over-crowded, perhaps this is the only way to go. At the same time, it was nice being at Culver City at 7am this morning getting a super fast charge.