Tesla have pulled permits for 2 SC's of a new route between Oklahoma City & St Louis of what I assume will still require a third SC to complete the route. This will allow travel from both to Springfield and Bentonville so long as you charge at each but not the entire distance without the 3rd SC. Not sure how many people drive to Springfield though. At least this will add a critical route once the 3rd SC is installed. Worse though, they've begun two new routes heading east of Dallas. These appear to be of very limited usefulness without several more SC's on each (or are there popular vacation destinations that these will serve?). Great that they're doing these. People in Dallas need to be able to go somewhere other than OK. However, it seems to me that these resources would be much better used to fill the gaps in other routes to complete some networkable routes rather than building out limited use stubs. Or at least focusing on one or two new routes at a time rather than several. Personally for me a SC between Louisville & Nashville and another between Nashville & Birmingham would be extremely helpful. The current distances are likely doable in perfect weather but not for half the year when it's colder (Probably still doable in an 85 or any 90 but not in a P85D or 70). I think this would open things up for a lot of people heading to the coast in winter as the Greenville AL & Auburn AL SC's s/b reachable from a SC near Decatur AL. They did pull a permit for Erie PA to fill in the gap between Cleveland & Buffalo which should help a lot of people from east & west of Erie.