So, I was planning another trip from NJ to western NC. I've successfully done this using the Newark, DE (could probably have skipped), Glen Allen, VA and Burlington, NC superchargers and some destination charging without any issues via I-95, I-85, and I-40. Was a nice trip. In the past (ICE and Chevy Volt) during peak travel times I would always take I-95S down to the Baltimore, MD area, then cut across I-70W to Hwy 340W(S?) and catch I-81S down to I-77S to I-40. This route takes about 15 minutes longer than I-95S to I-85S to I-40W, but is almost always less congested at peak times compared to I-95 through D.C. through Fredericksburg, VA area or so, generally saving quite a bit of time. But, there are no planned superchargers along this route! Literally, the I-81 stretch in VA gets no attention even on the "End of 2015" map! Really, one or two planned supercharger dots on that stretch of I-81 makes for a lot more potential routes in that area. Biggest example: There is a planned SC in Knoxville, TN. But, to get there from NJ you'd have to do the I-95S/I-85S/I-40W route, which is over 100 miles longer! 669mi vs 775mi, per Google Maps. Looking more at that map, this is only one of two large stretches of interstate highway I see that have no superchargers shown. The other is I-20 through Louisiana. I'm wondering if this is just an oversight or if they don't actually have plans to support these areas. The latter would be a little disappointing because the route I take down I-81 is pretty relaxing and scenic compared to the I-95/I-85 option currently available. I'm quite fine with waiting until 2016 or whatever the case may be to be able to take that trip quickly with the Model S, but, I hope it isn't overlooked completely. Anyone else notice any gaps like that in routes they would use? Not picking on Tesla or anything! I'm honestly thinking this was overlooked and I hope they add them in!