Ok, so this forum doesn't see a lot of Utah activity, but there are a small but growing number of us here. We received out 85 kwh Model S a few weeks ago, and absolutely love it! We live in Orem and several times a year we drive to Cedar City for the Utah Shakespeare Festival. Right now, southern Utah is an empty wasteland for EV recharging. Yes, there are KOA's and such, but on Plugshare.com there is a 263 mile gap between the Walgreens in Springville, and the Stephen Wade Auto Center in St. George. Cedar City would be a perfect place for having higher speed charging options. Tesla does have a dot near Cedar City on the planning map for the supercharging network. Cedar City is well positioned between Las Vegas and Salt Lake City, 175 miles from Vegas, and 252 miles from SLC. With charging in Cedar City, an 85kw can efficiently make the trip from Vegas to SLC, which opens up SLC to all of CA and vice versa. My thought is to donate several charging stations to the Utah Shakespeare Festival. The festival draws a large portion of its audience from the zone between SLC and Las Vegas, so would benefit from offering EV charging to these patrons. Additionally, the parking lots for the festival are downtown in Cedar City, near several nice restaurants. My first thought was to donate a Tesla Model S HPWC or two to the festival and see if I could get them to install them in the parking lot with 100 amp lines. This would give a Model S 60 mph of charge. This would allow a Model S owner from SLC or Las Vegas to drive to Cedar, charge for the 3 hours a play lasts, and have gained 180 miles of charge for the return trip. Having a couple of HPWC in Cedar City would also be a nice backup after the supercharger is installed if the supercharger bays are full. My question is regarding the best chargers to donate to the Festival. Is there at J1172 charger that might be a better choice? Less expensive? Still able to take advantage of the Model S's twin charger? Able to charge other EV's as well? My next step would be to talk with some of the hotels in Cedar to see if they will install a charger, or at least a NEMA 14-50 for their guests. The Spring Hill Suites has said I can plug in to their outdoor outlets, but these are 120v standard wall outlets, which at 2-3 mph charge, there would be no way I could sufficiently recharge. Anyway, any advice on charger type would be appreciated. Also, if anyone is interested in helping with the project, let me know.