I have a BMW i3 BEV and a Mercedes E350 Bluetec (diesel). The i3 does 90% of our local trips, the Mercedes all of our long distance travel. I'd love to replace the Mercedes with a Tesla, but I don't like planning my trips based on the location of Superchargers. I believe electric cars will continue to take market share and that we're fast approaching the hockey stick growth point where the virtuous cycle of EV purchases and infrastructure deployment come together. But as far as I can tell, there is no bridge between the fast DC charger systems that will be deployed for all other EVs and Tesla's products. Today, Tesla reminds me of the early Macintosh that used a processor and different standard for every I/O function compared to a PC. Eventually Apple saw the light (helped by Intel finally developing some decent processors and I/O technology) and dumped the unique standards and enjoyed the benefits of commodity I/O interfaces. My point is that the Superchargers were probably necessary to get things started, but what about 5yrs from now? Will Tesla owners still be beholden to Tesla Motors when they need a fast charge? Or will Tesla owners be able to share high current chargers with the rest of the EV universe? No trolling here, just trying to figure out if there is a Tesla in my future or not.