I would like know if anyone would be interested in supporting a collaborative effort to fund the creation of new charging locations along routes not convenient to a super charger. In my imagination I see enough owners/enthusiasts getting together and funding the installation of public charging stations ideally HPWCs in truly convenient locations. There are many gaps in the charging map and especially in the super charging map, even into the projected future. It would only take a few people who drive one route to support the installation of a charger in a location they all agree upon to help fill in the gaps. I imagine the cost would be similar to the cost of the HPWC plus installation and similar to the cost of home installation. It might take some collaboration with a small business, who in the end would ideally benefit from a tax break. If the process was replicated in multiple small areas the HPWC grid would increase tremendously making travel outside the I-95 corridor easier and less stressful. What this means to me personally. I drive I-81 Roanoke to northern Virginia often. The distance is holding me back from making a Model S purchase. I would love to see a super charger in Harrisonburg where I often stop, but I know that won't happen anytime soon. Although there is a charging station in Harrisonburg it is not truly convenient to the highway. If there were a HPWC right off the the highway it would be an easy stop for a short charge and a quick coffee so I can get to my destination without the fear of running out of power. I am sure there are others who drive this route (Hoke football fans), and there must be others along other routes that would benefit from similar collaboration. Is there any interest in this, or is this just a crazy idea?