So I've now visited the Rancho Cucamonga Supercharger several times - each time it has been at least 50% full (except one time when I was there late at night) - and it has 14 stalls. Today at 3:30 pm I visited Burbank and was number 3 in a line of Teslas waiting to charge - and this was at a Service Center. I can imagine the Superchargers in the middle of nowhere have a long time to go until they're clogged. For example the two on the way to Mammoth I have not yet seen a single soul at. But So Cal is already approaching capacity on normal, non-holiday days. Anyone know what Tesla's game plan is? The Rancho Cucamonga location, for example, is located at a mall where there is plenty of room to double, triple or even quadruple capacity. Or will Tesla add more stations rather than increase the number of chargers at each station? If, a year from now, there are twice as many Teslas on the road, stations will be frequently full. And this does not even factor in Model 3. Rancho Cucamonga's station, for example, is surrounded by literally thousands of suburban homes occupied by commuters who drive into L.A. and Orange County for work. If Tesla doesn't do something to limit demand they will treat that station like a free gas station for their morning commute. I wonder if at some point Tesla will stop offering free supercharging "for life" - and simply grandfather in the cars which have already been sold - but stop offering it on new sales as a "pay once, unlimited for life" option. Maybe go to a subscription or per-use model.