I just curious how many others have made the jump to purchase as a result of the super charger and service center buildout. I've been following the MS since it was announced years ago and ever a year ago when it first started shipping, in my mind it was still not practical to own for two reasons: 1) not having a service center near by and having to rely on rangers did not appeal to me and 2) the challenges posed for making road trips. The idea was that the MS would replace our nearly 10 year old SUV as the family car, so it had to be able to make road trips from the Raleigh, NC area up and down the east coast (we drive up to NYC and down to Orlando) as well as trips to Charlotte which I do occasionally on business. The lack of supercharger infrastructure was really a deal breaker. When I saw the accelerated build out schedule and the fact that all the routes I care about will be covered by this Fall, I really had no excuses (well, other than the fact that this would be 2x more than I've ever paid for a car - but I calculated at least a $20k savings in fuel costs over 8 years which I plan to keep the car at least that long so that helped immensely in rationalizing the price decision). Having the service center close by also let me go see a real MS with my own eyes even if I could not drive it and made my color selection much easier. Had it not been for Tesla building a service center here in Raleigh and building out superchargers all along I-95, I would not have placed my order (which is less than a week away from delivery!). I'm wondering how many others waited for these things before buying and as Tesla builds out additional infrastructure, what kind of impact that will have to entice additional customers. Are there any of you out there waiting for something (other than parking sensors ) before buying?