It seems that there are periodic threads about Supercharger stations being ICEd or long waits for access and use. This is frustrating and inconvenient to say the least. Frequently these threads devolve into tangential matters, arguments and outrageous solutions. I have yet to see any sort of compilation and data to validate these concerns as widespread, common, infrequent or just isolated. There is a chart on this site where people can list the Superchargers that they have visited. I don't know if this is sensible or not, but I think it would be a good idea to have a companion chart to list the Superchargers visited with the following information: Location; day and date of the week; arrival time with number of spots ICEd and number of spots in use; departure time with number of spots ICEd and number of spots in use; number of spots unavailable due to damage or repair. Yes, this requires some bookkeeping, but could easily be recorded while plugging in and before departing. Once enough data are compiled, we might be able to understand that certain times of day/week at various Superchargers and more likely to experience these issues. We could call ahead to the hotel/motel that experiences undue ICEing to double-check on availability. We could alter our travel time to arrive earlier or later than peak periods. Maybe this data could be transmitted to Tesla for their consideration and possible rectification. No one likes unexpected inconveniences when traveling, particularly with family or with time constraints. But life is full of annoying inconveniences from out-of-service ATMs, a person with 38 items in the "express" checkout line at the grocery store to 30-minute delays or a 45MPH speed limit for road construction. Finally, for those individuals who are contemplating buying a Tesla, actual information about Supercharging might be more persuasive and less divisive!