Hi Y'all! First post here. Glad to be a part of the community. Seeing some discussion about supercharging, potential congestion as Model 3 hits the road en masse, pricing model potentials, etc. Seeing that Tesla is doubling their network by Model 3 release is indeed promising. Had a thought I think would be good for local businesses, owners and Tesla alike: Why not Tesla team up with common businesses (Grocery stores, shopping malls, etc.) and let them pay for some of the infrastructure costs to install Superchargers in their parking lots? I'll tell ya, if "grocery store A" had superchargers in their lot and "grocery store B" did not it's a no-brainer where people with Teslas will shop. With "auto-summon" evolving cars could potentially rotate themselves in and out of charging spots once charged (without your interaction) while you shop. The paradigm of "going to the gas station" clearly dies with the rise of the EV. Everyone is driving their cars SOMEWHERE why not have that place be able to charge quickly? There will need to be a somewhat exponentially increasing number of charging locations. I think it would be a great opportunity for businesses to offer the service, and could potentially pay for itself in new traffic to these stores. If businesses pay for it rather than Tesla it takes some of the load off of them. If Tesla gets into the game early and licenses these centers and keeps them at a standard it bypasses the potential for someone to (god forbid) try and make their OWN superchargers. Anyhow, thoughts?