It strikes me as odd, looking at Tesla's plans for SC's, that WA state, being one of the hottest markets for the Tesla S, has so few Super Charging stations planned. I don't know if WA state is somehow unique or if there is a flaw in Tesla's placement strategy overall, but the way our state is laid out, the typical couple of Super Chargers along the main routes between big cities is just is not going to be adequate! I keep seeing truck loads of S's being delivered here and I am seeing them on the road pretty much daily. I guess I'm jealous of CA and feel like we are being shorted even in the long run. The placement model for Super Chargers that Tesla is using is going to leave a lot of favored destinations rather tricky to visit. I was hoping the adapter bag of tricks in the trunk was going to make this a non-issue but I am experiencing a lot of difficulty finding places to plug in even though I have every adapter Tesla makes. Owners are now forming a variety of groups in this state to address these challenges, which is great, but I believe it illustrates some lack of foresight on Tesla's part. We are scrambling to get Roadster HPC adapters in lock boxes, HPWC's and Clipper Creek SC 90's in place and several of us are vying with Tesla for a CHAdeMO adapter. Some of this is simply good fun for the early adopters but I'm very worried that in the long run we are going to be left short given Tesla's placement model. I believe Tesla needs to take a special look at WA state, given the large number of customers up here and the plethora of remote destinations. In addition to the planned SC's, we at least need one SC along Route 2 east of the pass, two along the 101 loop on the Olympic Peninsula and one up north mid state and one down south mid state. Being left with 12A/110V on several trips I've been on is very frustrating as it takes 4+ days to charge the S at that rate! having to wonder if you are charging fast enough over several days to go a few miles into town to get a bag of ice for the cooler and still get home is a bit crazy making! Several more, carefully placed SC's in remote areas of WA state would eliminate most of the challenges I'm running into.