Got to do my first round-trip from Austin<->Dallas without hitting a supercharger this weekend, and DAMN do I love not having to stop @ an SC. Now, the question may be, how did I do >400 miles without hitting an SC, and the answer is: having a NEMA 14-30 installed at my in-laws house. Used to be a ~30-45 min stop in Waco, 2 full days of charging on their 12A 120V socket near the garage, and then, if I decided we actually wanted to go anywhere while up there, a stop at the Cracker Barrel on I35 for a $10 CHadEMO charge to make sure i'd be able to get back to Waco. Even with the newer SC installed in Italy, it was always quite a stressful trip due to fear of no charge, but now with a real "high speed" charger installed at the inlaws house - no more fear. Charged the car at home to 90%, drove to their place Friday night, charged back to 90% while sleeping, then on Sat we took a trip from their place to Ft Worth, drove all around there all day, got back to the house, charged back up to 100% and drove home this evening. No more early morning breakfast trips to Cracker Barrel (I swear my in-laws probably thought I was addicted to their food) for me! Anyhoo - if you have a place you go frequently like your parent's, siblings, or in-laws homes - spend the money (or take the time) to get a real charging receptacle installed. Makes life MUCH better.