Ok, forgive me - I'm going to complain and rant here for a minute. I've reached the boiling point with owners who use superchargers for their daily charging. I've driven around 15k miles on road trips using the superchargers, and the only place I've had to wait because locals are clogging the pipeline is in Highland Park, IL. I've talked to some of these people, and they will seriously wait an hour plus charging time to save 8 dollars rather than charge at home. I just don't get it. Is your time really worth that little? Highland Park is a northern suburb of Chicago, and the median income is 115k/year. I just had one owner tell me, after seeing there was a line, "oh well, I guess I'll just go home and pay for it." And then I got into a verbal altercation with another owner who tried to take a spot after someone pulled out and I was sitting there first in line (after I watched him arrive and park and go into the service center.) Yes, another local trying to get 8 bucks of "free" fuel. When I called him on it, he started yelling at me that he called ahead. Oh, valet service for your "free" energy? Could you at least allow people with out of state tags charge first so they can get on with their trip?? I think it might be time for Tesla to limit local supercharging. Ok, rant off. Thanks for listening. May the debate ensue.