I just completed my second roadtrip (previous one being a year ago) and it again was plagued with superchager problems. While a year ago the most common problem was overheating handle resulting in reduced charging rate, this time it changed (perhaps the handle problem is also still there and it's just a more colder weather that masked it). So this year I experienced: Supercharger stalls that just give you ~50kW and that's it, even at very low SoC, you try another stall and that one might work fine - I guess with low contention it's just a bit annoying and robs you of a minute or two. Also a stall might not work at all from time to time. The other problem is a lot worse - at random the car would report that supercharging stopped and you need to unplug and replug to restart. I had this happen 3 times at one place which was just mildly annoying because I was staying in the car so it was quick. Then on the way back I got the "charge interrupted" message while at a restaurant (also like 5 minutes walk away from the supercharger site) - that one was pretty bad, basically it was quite some dead time that I hoped the car would be charging when it did not - so after I returned back to the car - the stall was also dead and I needed to try another one or the charging to resume. (why does the app need to tell me to replug when you'd hope the car would at least try a few times to restart on it's own and the app would offer the option to restart the session too?) If this become any sort of real frequent occurrence, the whole promise of "do some other thing while the car is charging" becomes a lie and you would need to babysit the car instead. I also had one occurrence of a slow charging that I cannot attribute to handle overhead because it was not really hot to the touch, just at about 65% SoC the rate dropped to like 80kW and kept dropping from there. Don't get me wrong, having those superchargers around is still a great thing and it does enable long-range travel, but the problem is the travel time (and charging time too) becomes a lot less predictable (as if 40 minute charges were not annoying compared to 5 minute gas fill-ups already) and then it also leads (for me at least) to leaving with lower SoC that I might have had otherwise and having some range anxiety later (causing me to also slow down and losing even more time as the result). Another observation - compared to last year where I did not see any other Tesla cars at Superchargers at all, this time always had 2-3 other cars around me all the time. Surprisingly, oftentimes with people in them the whole time.