I often hear this objection from people who have never owned an EV. What they have trouble imagining is that every day that they drive less than 250 miles or so is a day where the charging time is effectively ZERO. That is because the car charges at night while they are asleep (or if they work the night shift, during the day). So when they wake up and get in the car to drive the car is charged and they have spent ZERO time charging. Now consider how many days a year you drive more than 250 miles in a day. On those days you will have to spend 25 or maybe even 45 minutes at a Supercharger. So how many days out of the year will that be for you? You are going to be waiting several more years. Which you are welcome to do. In the meantime, Tesla will build and sell hundreds of thousands of cars and will continue to build out the Supercharger network. As of this moment, no other car manufacturer is building a useful high speed charging network (and from Seattle there are Superchargers for travel north, east, and south: go west and you will drive into the ocean before you run out of charge). Think of how many years it is going to be before any of those manufacturers have such a charging network. Now reconsider your -- in my opinion -- trivial list of concerns about Tesla vehicles: lack of door storage, more interior color and material choices, head rest adjustment, no cooled seats, etc. Seriously?