I've been watching Tesla from the sidelines for quite some time now and am on the verge of reserving an S. We currently own a Nissan Leaf and have been very happy with the car for around town travel and for day trips QCing along the WCGH. Our goal is to get rid of the gas burner for long distance trips and go 100% electric and the S is very impressive. My one reservation is that I'm hearing conflicting things about whether the S is truly compatible with the growing network of DC CHAdeMO chargers in WA and OR, we now have over 20. While the coming Tesla super charging stations sound awesome, the DC QC network already in place here is, well, here now and I don't want to be locked out of using them. I had two Tesla reps tell me conflicting information about the reality of a CHAdeMO adapter, one says it's definitely available now, the other said he wasn't sure when it would be available, if ever. In a video I watched of a resent stakeholder meeting, Elon made it sound like the charger in the S can handled just about anything you throw at it. If anyone has solid info on this, I'd appreciate it, it would make my decision to reserve an easy one if I knew I could use the existing network here. Thanks in advance!