Ok, let's go through your list checking for improvements to the "Tesla Supercharger capacity" Not at all ridiculous or Musk would not keep repeating it every year. You seem to want to focus on just the most recent time he said it. No one has said anything about only counting stations. I specifically gave info on both the station and stall counts. Actually, it is very insignificant. The improvement in charging rate is over a small portion of the charging cycle. I guess if you limit your charging to that small window, then the small increase become more significant. But this was never a factor before when Musk talked about doubling in 2018 and 2017. Not sure that actually improves the charging time overall. If so, wouldn't Tesla tell us to use battery power to warm the battery to get more range? Besides, this does nothing in places like Southern California where it is never cold enough to need battery heating. Great, but that's not doing anything for the "Tesla Supercharger capacity". That's making the same capacity work with the new cars which congests the network further for the existing Tesla cars. LOL, that is quite a reach to try to use this as an increase in capacity. Maybe it helps a tiny bit in Southern California where every little bit helps. Where I drive there aren't so many chargers that I get much choice. I'm limited to a Supercharger or an Urbancharger. This is the situation over some 95% of the country. The issue of capacity isn't just about being able to charge somewhere, sometime. The network needs to expand to cover smaller cities and towns and give highway travelers more options on when to stop rather than having to stop here when the car still has 30% charge because it wont' make it the 100 miles to the next charger. There is no such policy of limiting charging to 80%. The default setting is 80% or less. You can always up it to whatever number you want even from the phone app. Yea! But still no cigar since they are not making a significant impact, not the least because nearly half the Tesla fleet still can use the extra kW, at least not on one car. I guess that's why they are where they are, they do the most where the problem is congestion, not location. [/QUOTE]There may be other things I either don't remember or haven't thought of as well. I think the big shortfall from Elon's tweet has probably been due to a slower roll-out of the V3 superchargers than he was projecting at the time. 3/4 of the year gone and besides the one at the LINQ, the only operational sites are the original "beta testing" locations on Tesla property. We'll see what the rest of the year brings.[/QUOTE] What was the expected roll out? I never heard anyone say how many V3 chargers would be in place this year. LOL Of course it is relevant. We have no reason to expect the production of pedestals will suddenly ramp up and all the backlog will be installed. We have about a quarter left. I guess we will see.