Now before you all jump down my throat, here me out. I know it's a popular pastime to diss the gas station experience, but here's the thing. After owning my MS for 5 years, I realize there are certain things about the gas station experience that I do not miss at all, but some things I do. A supercharger station needs to replicate the positive assets of a typical gas station. There needs to be a convenience store that sells things, especially snacks and food, and there needs to be bathrooms. I realize there are a handful of such SC stations, but not many. Most don't even have so much as a garbage can. As the need for larger and larger SC stations increases, Tesla needs to duplicate the Kettleman City type of SC station for mainstreamers to make the leap. I know for a fact that many nearby businesses to current SC stations resent Tesla owners using their bathroom and dumping their trash. Tesla needs to own the SC experience front to back and not sponge off nearby businesses to provide infrastructure. I suspect a partnership with existing companies like Chevron is the right way to do this as Tesla has shown itself to be pretty terrible at anything other than building great EVs.