Farmington scans a summary of their building permits each month, Farmington, NM - Building Inspection. Here is the entry for Tesla that showed up a few days ago. I got down to Farmington today. The good news is that Francisco of Diamond Finish Construction from Taos and his crew are making good progress; the bad news is that with the cold weather last week, they just got started on Monday. Today was day 4 on site. The big unknown is the utility connection. Farmington has a city owned electric utility. Francisco had no idea when they would be showing up to install the 3-phase transformer. The rest of the job should be 3 weeks or so, but the holidays are in the middle of that... Mine was the first Tesla that any of them had seen, and they were very excited to see one in person. I parked the MS in front of the site so that they could all take pictures. Francisco specializes in green construction in Taos and is very happy to be working on this for Tesla. He has some commercial property in Taos and we started to talk about putting in a 70-Amp J1772 in Taos at one of his sites. I picked up a DJI Phantom that can carry a GoPro. Perhaps, the video below takes Supercharger status updates to new heights. :biggrin: See what you think. First I put the Stones, "Paint it Black" in as the audio, and then had second thoughts about using copyrighted music. The Stones version was pretty cool, but the version below uses some public domain Beethoven, "String Quartet No. 6 in B Flat Major, Op. 18, No. 6" This version seems pretty appropriate as well. If you look closely around 0:45, you can seen the shadow of the quad copter on the electrical cabinets and Tesla Crates. Enjoy!