I thought we should dedicate a thread to the issue of locals and supercharging. In Southern California, at many of our superchargers there are waiting lines. I have had to wait to use superchargers at Fountain Valley, Burbank, San Juan Capistrano, San Diego, Oxnard and Tejon Ranch. And in the past 3+ years, I have used superchargers a grand total of less than 30 times. (Might be less than 20, but maybe up to 30). Not a good ratio or experience. So I can understand the frustration when we see someone drive up, plug in and drive off with a spouse in another car. I do not understand the economics of this. At my home, the Southern California Edison TOU rate is 10-11 cents per KW. Doesn't that mean that if my S 85 is totally empty, it may cost me $8.50 to fill up? They say the first few years cost of ownership of a Model S is $1,000 per month plus $1 per mile. IF you have to drive two cars to a supercharger, the cost of this round trip negates most if not all of the savings of the "free supercharger", to say nothing of one's time. That said, I do understand that many condo and multi tenant living situations are not conducive, economical, or sometimes even possible to charge at home. I will NOT plan on using my Tesla on road tips or weekend excursions if I need to return on Sunday afternoons. And this is a year before the Model 3 is even out.