I've made a deposit on a Model X, and I REALLY would like to purchase the car next year. But I'm afraid an all-electric car just won't fit my needs. I'd love to be convinced otherwise. Can you help? 95% of my driving is well within the charging range of the Teslas. But I just got back from a trip I make a few times a year that I don't think I could make with an EV. At least not reasonably. I drove from the S.F. Bay area up the coast (Hwy 101 not I-5) into Oregon. About 300 miles each way. There are a few low-amperage charing stations along that route, but I think the recharges would dramatically slow down my trip. Furthermore, once I reached my destination, I'd have to park the Tesla at a charger far from where I was staying, so I'd have to arrange to be shuttled back and forth to my own car. And it's not just this trip. I'd have the same problem taking the Tesla X to Lake Tahoe or Yosemite. I only have room for two cars. My wife loves her Prius, so I can't talk her into selling the Prius and making my Lexus 450h her car. That way we'd have the Lexus as the road-trip car and I'd get the new Tesla X as my day-to-day vehicle. Looks like I need to have the road-trip car as mine, and the Tesla X probably can't quite cut it. Oh how I wish there really were those battery-swap locations we hoped we'd see! Thanks!