I know many of us have been forecasting gasoline prices to keep creeping from $4 to 5, and beyond. Much of this based on inflation, increasing (global) demand, dwindling resource access, etc. But now this, lest we forget the laws of supply and demand, gas in Oregon and Washington has fallen nearly 50 cents in the last 3 weeks. Now they say the hurricane has also put downward pressure on prices (except for those right in the thick of it). All of this is based on reduced demand. AAA is also forecasting price trends through the holidays down to $3.25 on this same premise. We may find the Model S makes a big dent in this, if not directly at the pump, but maybe psyche too. The only wild card we don't know about then is global (China and India) consumption trends. Will those countries see our push to EV as a trend they want to follow sooner than later too? Thoughts on U.S. and global demand affect on long term gas prices?