This is not going to be a popular post for the 60kW folks, but I'm becoming a bit annoyed at the roll-out of the Supercharger network. It appears to be designed to allow for 60kW road trips, necessitating far more locations along a given route. When I committed to the 85kW in 2008, I did so on the basis of wanting to have the range for extended road trips. The 60kW was presented as the best alternative for local driving. While I do think that having Supercharging spacing eventually to allow for the 60kW travel, I was hoping that the initial 2 year roll-out would have focused geographic spread, with 180-200 mile spacing. It's why I paid the $10K premium for the 85kW. I feel a bit snookered. The close spacing on the west coast has used resources that could have, IMHO, been used to spread the network more nationally. Then back-fill where appropriate to shorten the distances to allow for 60kW cars after the national network is established for the 85kW cars. At this point I'm not sure why someone would pay the premium for the additional range.