I've been reading a lot of comments about how people would like a reservation system or status of how busy superchargers are. It makes a lot of sense at first, but I think that it would be more trouble than it's worth. For example, reservation system: Pros: You get a reserved slot of time to charge Cons: You don't show up for your appointment and someone is waiting for it You miss your appointment because of traffic and you lose your reservation and the rest of the day is reserved You don't have a reservation and you arrive 15 minutes before a reserved slot and so you can't finish your charge etc There's probably a bunch of things i'm leaving off. But, what I'm getting at is that a reservation system would be not be ideal due to unforeseen traffic delays, user error, and life. Even real-time status wouldn't help. If all the superchargers indicated they were in use, and you were 2 hours away, would you wait? You don't know how many other cars are incoming. If it indicated that they were free and you showed up 10 minutes later and they were all busy, you'd be mad. Again, a real-time status indicator wouldn't help much unless you could get to the supercharger very quickly. ChargePoint has a reservation system and almost all the stations in remote areas in California have reservations disabled. Probably because it was too much trouble. But, I don't see anything wrong w/ having a status indicator, they just wouldn't give you good signal. What I think would help a lot of people is a usage over time graph. When are superchargers busiest? Is 2pm @ harris ranch bad? How bad is Sunday? etc. Anyone else got any ideas?