This is my first post to the forum so be gentle. I apologize if this isn’t the correct forum for this topic, feel free to move if necessary. Since I discovered Tesla a few months ago I’ve done tons of research, visited two stores, and watched every YouTube video I could find. I’m very excited by the possibilities and future of EV’s and will be putting a deposit down for a GenIII ASAP. Here are my thoughts in regards to things that need to occur before we have widespread adoption. · EV’s under $40k, comfortably seats 5, with a driving range of 250+ miles. Can’t wait for my GenIII!! · Standardized universal plug that can be used by all EV’s. This adaptor (J1772, CHAdeMO, etc.) business is a mess. · Standardized payment option. We should just be able to swipe our credit card and plug in. People would rather not have to worry about carrying around a half of a dozen membership fobs/cards. · Widespread deployment of Supercharger type of stations at restaurants, shopping malls, and service plaza’s along the interstates. Any place that you could spend an hour to eat lunch/dinner. Complete full range charge within about an hour. · Widespread deployment of Level 2 chargers at places of employment, hotels, and multi-dwelling units. Something that will provide a full range charge within 6-7 hours. Things will obviously improve over time. Your thoughts?