My wife and I made a quick little trip from Parker to the Tesla Supercharger at Silverthorne on Saturday. I had my Model S in the Denver Service Center this past week to get the tires rotated, take care of a couple of proactive TSBs, and get the 5.6 firmware installed. We averaged 360 Wh/mi going from Parker to Silverthorne (which has quite a bit of elevation gain). We got there about 10:30AM, and there were no other Teslas at the Supercharger when we arrived. I was plugged into spot 2B. I was seeing 274 mi/hr when I first plugged in, which is a little lower than I was expecting, since this is one of the newest Superchargers and I have the 5.6 firmware. Even so, it was pretty cool to see it charging so fast compared to my NEMA 14-50 at home. Silverthorne is a great location for a Supercharger, with the Silverthorne Outlet Mall and a few restaurants nearby. It is pretty easy to spend some time here while the car charges. I wore my black Tesla jacket while we were walking around, so I got quite a few questions from various store employees. By the time we were leaving, we saw another Model S from Wyoming, that was just leaving after a charge.