Just curious for those of you in the Industry (A certain PowerCo Exec comes to mind....) I was at the Madison Supercharger Friday night at about Midnight to 1 am. Ambient temps were cool, mid 60's, breezy, and foggy. We were the ONLY car charging, and were gently sipping the juice at about 40kW (Was towing a trailer for the first time, so wanted to top off to make sure I had enough power). The Supercharger got it's own DEDICATED 500kVa transformer. The transformer feeds 3 supercharger cabinets with 3 stalls (Was originally approved for 6 stalls for the 3 cabinets, but the mall owners did not want 6, and only allowed 3). So while waiting, the kids were sleeping in the car, so I went for a lil stroll to stretch the legs. Went by the transformer, and it was just radiating heat. Wasn't buzzing too loudly. So I felt one of the heat sync fins. It was Freakin Hot!!! Longest I could FORCE my hand on it was about 30 seconds. Opinions if that is normal? Once again, this is on the Utility's Transformer, NOT any of Tesla's equipment. And again, it is Dedicated to the Superchargers only. 500kVa feeding a maximum draw of 360kW (The Superchargers are still the 120kW variety). Does that sound about right? For it to be painful, and I have mild sense loss in my arms and hands, about 25% loss due to a accident a number of years ago, but for it to be painful I believe temps must exceed 130*F. Cheers!