I was just thinking about Supercharger congestion and charging speeds. To me, it seems like the rollout of 200kW (or greater) Superchargers would go a long way to combating Supercharger crowding because if all stalls are taken, this would give both A and B stalls at least 100kW of power and more cars per hour moving through the stations. Also, as larger batteries (or higher C rate) are rolled out in the future that can accept faster charge rates it would allow single cars to charge faster (up to 200kW or whatever the battery limit is). As it stands now a 135kW Supercharger (the biggest I'm aware of) can only charge two cars simultaneously at about 67.5kW each. Another possibility would be redesigning new stations so that there is no A+B and that the Superchargers could flow power to whatever stalls are occupied.