I have often wondered about the holes that will remain in the Supercharger network even when it is complete/established. The USA is so large geographically and has many rural areas that need/will need coverage, but a full-on Supercharger would be overkill or too costly for the near-term. I had thought Tesla may come out with a mini Superchargers, maybe a self contained unit that can take 50kw and be installed without too much cost in commercial buildings, two kiosks. Essentially, a Tesla Chademo, but with a strong bias towards versatility and ease of install. With 72 amp chargers being standard hardware and HPWC's being daisy chainable, yep that is a word, I could imagine a cost effective option to fill these holes would be a baby Supercharger, 5 HPWCs sharing 40kw, something along those lines. This idea could also be implemented at existing Superchargers to take alleviate some demand. If you are going to be in an area for a few hours and can get 20kw, that works. Another aspect of this is the M3. Maybe all M3s could use these for free, pay for full SC access. Am I onto something?