Apparently there are some Model S owners out there who don't read TMC or belong to local owners groups, and may not have even read the entire owners manual, so they don't know what it is they don't know about the car. We can help by educating the Tesla driving community when we encounter such an owner. For example, today I was at the Columbus, TX supercharger and said hello to the one other driver there. We started talking and he was telling me about how slow the supercharging is when he sits in the car with the air conditioning running. I said I didn't think the A/C made much difference, and he showed me how the charge rate was so much less than he'd gotten other times. What I saw first was the rated range of 263 miles! He had heard of the rate tapering, but didn't think about it and didn't understand how slow the last 5 or 10% of charging is. More importantly, he was still operating in the gas station "fill 'er up" mode and he didn't need to be sitting there complaining about slow charging, because he was heading to the San Marcos supercharger 93 miles away before going home only 30 miles from there! It never occurred to him to charge less than fully even if he was going to another supercharger less than half the range away. He said it made perfect sense when I explained it, he just never thought about it that way. He also wasn't aware of superchargers being paired and how to try to avoid one based on that. Also he was just living with his home 14-50 charging at only 30A, not realizing it meant there was a problem somewhere. Now I'm wondering who is the more typical owner, him or me?