After a nice drive from Parker to Longmont and back yesterday, I made my way through the Park Meadows shopping center to their four-bay SuperCharger to get a quick charge. When I got there, all of the bays were occupied. The SuperCharger bays at Park Meadows are very close to the food court entrance of the mall, so they are in a pretty convenient and desirable parking location. Three bays had Model S vehicles (with one with its charging completed), while the forth bay was occupied by a blue Tesla Roadster... This surprised me, since Roadsters cannot use SuperChargers, and there are two HWPC available adjacent to the SuperCharger stalls. Apparently, the Roadster driver just wanted a nice parking space. It is probably worse that a Tesla driver/owner does not seem to know about proper charging behavior. So far, I have not seen any ICE vehicles actually ICEing those bays, probably because mall security seems to patrol the area pretty closely. Luckily, I was not desperate for a charge (although I was pretty low). After waiting about 10 minutes, a Tesla employee from their showroom in the mall came out to give a test drive, and I was able to pull into the bay that their demo vehicle had been using, so it was not a very big deal for me. I guess my main point here is we need to pay attention and think about what we are doing when it comes to simply parking in a SuperCharger bay. I am afraid this will become a bigger problem as more Teslas are sold over time. It would also be nice if the Tesla mobile app would do a push notification when charging is complete, so people would know that their car was done, and then go out and move it.