This is, as the case with most of my posts, only half-a-post. To be completed by someone else, if so interested. Looking at Tesla's announced production rates, it appears that by the end of next year there will be on the roads a total of some 120,000 Model Ss, and by year-end 2016 perhaps double that in Model S & Model X combined. How does that compare to the perceived number of Supercharger bays, both now and expected at the end of the respective years, and of the continental distribution both of vehicles and SpC bays? Is Supercharger dissemination going to be keeping up with the number of vehicles on the road, in North America, in Europe, and in China/Asia?