I feel like in their efforts to discourage supercharging for daily use or more than absolutely needed to continue a trip, Tesla has drastically reduced their utility. I used to be amazed how our 2013 MS with dual chargers used to be more than half-full after just grabbing a coffee for my wife and me. Lately, even when we're the only car at the entire supercharger and the battery is below 10%, the car only charges at 120kW for under 50 miles of range and then continues to reduce the charge speed, basically making a full charge take 2 hours. I get that they want to discourage people from charging on a daily basis, but in the process they seem to be imposing crippling restrictions on supercharging in general, without any discrimination between frequent users and people just passing through. This is the most obvious to me at the JFK supercharger in NYC, where I continue to get charging rates of under 60kW even when my battery is below 50 miles of range. I've been switching between different stations to see of it helps, but that makes a minor difference at best. Thoughts?