First off.....my apologies, because I don't where to post this question. I don't know if it it's been asked and answered before either....I did look up the first 3-4 pages of threads on charging and could not find any hints ! So, with that said, here's my question, please : 1. Re home chargers for a Tesla, and also for a supercharger, with an eye to the future, is there is theoretical limit on how quickly Tesla could potentially engineer more efficient charging. For example, would it ever be possible, in theory, for the dual chargers at home, to ever charge say within 10 minutes? Meaning a FULL charge, when a battery is almost completely depleted ? In theory ! Or does theory say not possible? I mean from the standpoint of physics and electrical engineering theory. 2. And again, same question for Superchargers. I believe the current time is about 20 minutes for a partial charge. Could that ever approach, say 5 minutes, in theory ? I spend about 50 % of my time now traveling outside the US ( just for pleasure!), and no longer need or live in a single family home. And in Austin, Texas, and area around it, there are very few Superchargers. I would love to get rid of my MB's and move to Tesla, but feel both constrained and uneducated on the long-term theoretical limits. So, I'm just trying to understand where the technology - in theory - could potentially be 3-5 years from now. Again, Trying to understand the theoretical limits.....because I am confident Elon and team will try to get there as quickly as technically possible/ feasible. Thanks for feedback from those who have some technical expertise in this area.