Can someone explain to me the logic of the supercharger network only supporting trip charging rather than destination charging? Sure there's a fairly large EV charging network out there (Blink, Chargepoint, etc). But take a trip from Phoenix to San Diego with the proposed Superchargers being live (Yuma, Gila Bend, El Centro etc). Sure you can now make it to San Diego, but you're not going to make it round trip from the last charging point (El Centro) to your destination, any destination driving, and back again most of the time. Is Tesla just assuming their SuperCharging-enabled customers will just figure out someway of charging when they get there, wherever that may be?