I was wondering how many folks have considered what the US Supercharger situation might look like in say, 5 years or so? Right now, with <50K Teslas on the road there is (presumably) enough SC bandwidth to efficiently satisfy the need of current long-distance travelers. However, what will things look like if Elon's plans come to fruition and in 5 years there are (between Roadsters, Models S & X, and the planned Model 3) possibly 250K or more Teslas on the road, especially considering these will be "big-battery" cars? I doubt there will be that many more superchargers installed, or that the public infrastructure will add a great many 40KW+ stations. I, for one, would hate to see one of the best reasons for owning a Tesla become completely over-subscribed. It's one thing standing behind 2-3 ICE cars waiting for a gas fuel-up. It's clearly another when those 2-3 cars are each waiting for their turn at a 20-30 minute charging session. Am I overthinking this?