So last week was the first major holiday of the year and there's a lot more teslas on the road. Share your experiences here. Here's mine: On wed Nov 23rd (day before thanksgiving), I drove from NV to LA and then up to the bay area. Barstow was still closed, but not an issue for a 90D. Primm and Rancho Cucamonga both had amateur flyers posted on the chargers notifying of Barstow's closure. Next stop was Burbank LA, which as usual was crowded, I had to wait for a stall to open. Last stop was Harris ranch which was pretty empty. All superchargers gave me 110kW at <40% charge. On the return trip (26 nov), first stop was Gilroy which was packed and I had to wait. Next was Fountain Valley LA, which was empty in the middle of the night. Followed by Barstow which had opened back up, but for some reason was only giving me 60-70 kW at 5% to 50% battery level which is slower than usual, and it seemed to have momentary dips a lot. There was one other Tesla there and they were spaced far apart from me. Last stop was downtown Vegas which again only gave me 60kW at 10% to 50% which is unusually low, and there was only one other Tesla there, not next to my stall. Outside temperatures were relatively constant around 50*F and shouldn't be a factor. Concluding thoughts: In the near future Tesla needs to expand their crowded city superchargers now that the number of cars on the road is growing, especially in the upcoming year. I never had to wait for more than 1-2 cars, but it seems really close to getting bad. Normal supercharging on a road trip is bearable, but having to wait in line pushes it far into the impractical region. Also Tesla needs to address the superchargers randomly only working at ~half speed, this slowed me down a decent amount. Some sort of info as to why the charge rate isn't at max or what's limiting it. The crowded superchargers with every stall taken could still give me a full 110kW, so I don't understand why I got nearly half that other times when most stalls were empty. Still, an overall positive experience as I drove 1500 miles for free and the car did most of the driving!