On November 7, Tesla announced cars ordered after January 1 (or delivered after April 1) will no longer have unlimited free long distance charging, and would be charged a fee after the first 400 kWh each year - and that details of the program would be provided "later this year". It's December 29, and other than statements about idle charger fees, which may or may not be charged if there are empty stalls (no details on that either), we haven't had any other information. For potential owners that intend to do long road trips, the supercharger fees will be another price increase, on top of the other price increases over the last few months. Should Tesla push back the order deadline to provide a reasonable amount of time after they've announced the details on the new fees, so that owners have an opportunity to decide whether or not they want to purchase before or after the unlimited free long distance charging goes away? And should Tesla remove the April 1 deadline? For cars ordered before December 31 (or a new deadline, if they delay that due to the delay in announcing the program details), it shouldn't matter how long it takes for Tesla to deliver the car - because that's controlled by Tesla - and not by the new owner.