Have any of you NZ Tesla enthusiasts - SteveWest, JohnWill, PeterW and others - spent any amusing or frustrating time conceptualizing where a Supercharger network in NZ might be emplaced? Rule-of-thumb criteria can include factors like: 1. 250km spacing is about right 2. access to high-amperage electricity is mandatory 3. in more open-country locations like much of the US, locations away from urban centers dominates, but in densely populated parts of the planet, like Shanghai, London and Tokyo, intra-urban sites are more common. I've given a few moments' thought as to where on the South Island a SpC grid might be located, but it's been years - several decades, actually - since I've spent time on North Island other than Wellington and Auckland. The avoided #4., above, is that for obvious reasons Tesla understandably have little impetus to emplace any SpCs other than where its vehicles already exist....I've not been able to make much interest in their positioning them throughout Alaska in the hopes of thereupon being able to entice owners to drive here.