(If the moderators wish to move this, I understand.) The list of proximate Superchargers that appears on the touchscreen needs a lot of work. It is essentially worthless for me right now. Below I list the eleven Superchargers that appear on my screen when I press the thunderbolt. I show the distance per Google (as the crow flies, obviously) and then the actual mileage and estimated kWh (classic 85) needed to reach that particular Supercharger. I live in Fresno, 3.4 miles from the SC, so all distances assume leaving from my house. They are listed in increasing distances per Google. Fish Camp: 46 miles per Google; 59 actual; 24kWh Harris Ranch: 46 miles per Google; 51 actual; 14kWh Gustine: 67 miles per Google; 74 actual; 23 kWh Groveland: 72 miles per Google; 105 actual; 36 kWh Mammoth Lakes: 74 miles per Google; 386 actual (via Bakersfield and Mojave; Tioga Road is still closed); 135kWh Gilroy: 95 miles per Google; 109 actual; 33.5 kWh Manteca: 100 miles per Google; 103 actual; 33 kWh Lone Pine: 101 miles per Google; 288 actual; 99 kWh Buttonwillow: 103 miles per Google; 124 actual; 40 kWh Atascadero: 104 miles per Google; 131 actual; 40 kWh Fish Camp, Gilroy, Manteca and Atascadero make sense. They are locations en route to other destinations and can be reached easily. Gustine makes a little bit of sense if one were to go to the East Bay and did not want to risk Dublin or Fremont. Harris Ranch makes very little sense. Unless one is headed to Pinnacles for an extended visit, there is virtually no reason for someone to leave Fresno and go to Harris Ranch. That drive is longer and out-of-the-way. Similarly, Groveland makes very little sense. Access to Yosemite from Fresno is from SR41 through Fish Camp. In the alternative, one can access Yosemite Valley via Merced and SR140. But Groveland is the northwest entrance. There might be occasional usage if one's destination were off SR4 or SR108, but I submit that would be a rare exception. Buttonwillow makes no sense unless Fort Tejon is out of service. It is about a 30-minute detour off 99. Mammoth Lakes (really?) is absurd. Even when Tioga Pass is open, the elevation gain into and out of Yosemite Valley makes reaching that Supercharger extremely remote without stopping at Fish Camp first. Lone Pine is similar. You just cannot reach it without stopping at Mojave. Absent from this list are 8 Superchargers easily reached in an 75kWh+ battery: Mojave, Tejon Ranch, Dublin, Seaside/Monterey, Folsom (Iron Point), Folsom (Palladio), Roseville, Rocklin. The kilowatt-hours needed to reach these other locations range from 47.5 (Dublin) to 63 (Mojave.) The absent locations listed above are those that someone charging in Fresno would need. Not Mammoth; not Lone Pine; not Harris Ranch. I would suspect that the lists are similar throughout the world. Tesla really needs to rework the logic behind this software and provide meaningful information for travelers.