While we seldom Supercharge either of our Teslas, I wonder if those who frequently Supercharge find that maintenance of the rapidly growing network is keeping pace with expansion. I stopped at Flagstaff yesterday and a helpful guy flagged me down to report several were out of order. Of course he wasn’t sure which were bad, but he had talked to several people who were moving around to find one that worked. We were lucky and chose a winner but it occurs to me that’s Tesla’s big advantage in the electric car market could turn into a big black eye if Supercharger maintenance isn’t a priority. And of course if Tesla relies on users to determine if a Supercharger is working up to par, it may be quite a while before the problem is even reported. (I suppose the good news is most sites have at least six Superchargers so it is likely not all of them will be broken. Competitor charging systems can’t make that claim as Leaf drivers will attest.) BTW I know some problems are probably user error. The same guy who warned me yesterday didn’t know that sharing standard Superchargers with your next door neighbor reduces the charging rate for both users. Perhaps Tesla could erect an information sign at each site mentioning a few basics of use including that one.