So, it's been about two weeks since a USA supercharger was opened... Looking at a digital comparison between the current map and the "End of 2014" map, highlighting differences, there are 102 supercharges on the "End of 2014" map in the USA (and 12 in Canada) that are not yet open. According to supercharge.info, 7 of those are under construction and 9 have permits (and 1 permit in Canada). So, lets assume those 16 will be done, that leaves 86 yet to be done for this year in the USA. It is June 3rd, the 154th day of the year... so, not even taking out weekends that leaves 211 days in 2014. With 102 superchargers to open, that is roughly a new opening every other day for the rest of the year, or 3 to 4 per week. Now, at the fastest opening rate yet, 23 superchargers were opened in the 31 days of January... at that rate, these 102 are attainable... but that was January... and in the four months that followed, only 21 were opened in total, a rate of about one or two per week. At that rate (the current rate...) the "End of 2014" map is impossible. Anyone want to place some votes on how this will pan out? Update 2014-09-03: Looks like 17 superchargers have opened out of the 102 that remained unopened when I started this thread. That is 16.6% of the work done using 43.6% of the time available since I started the thread... Works out to needing an opening every weekday until the end of the year to finish the 2014 map in 2014. As much as I love Tesla, that's just not going to happen.