Dare I say it...but I don't get supercharged about new superchargers anymore. Where it used to be super exciting to learn of a new location, now any new ones within 200 kms of toronto are just extra and not really filling a void anymore. Like bringing holy water to the Vatican. A year ago it was not quite dicey but not quite comfortable either. Trips had to be planned...consumption had to be monitored...speed had to be managed. I'd bring 3 coats in case I had to turn off the heat to stretch a trip in the winter. I was always looking for nice big, aerodynamic looking trucks to slot in behind and lock on to at 108. You'd often have to use the dreaded 'Supercharger - Toronto' on your way through the city which meant almost certain disappointment with lineups, broken chargers with raccoons living in them, and generally a good dose of standstill DVP traffic . Now I fly along with the heat blasting pretty much care free. I haven't been to Toronto in ages. When I hear about new superchargers opening up my thought process? An unappreciative 'GREAT, throw them on the pile out back!' . The more the merrier. Speaking of the more the merrier...wonder if that will all change with the arrival of the spawn of Model S: the (seemingly innumerable) model 3. Maybe I spoke too soon? Maybe soon we will be lining up at the 20 stall supercharger locations and complaining there aren't any 40 stall locations like Norway and California? Either way this is the golden age of supercharging in the GTA. Virtually every Model S and X on the road here have free charging and more superchargers than we know what to do with in every direction from the city. Let's enjoy it and hope the future is even better.