I'm still kicking around the idea of an EV. As of now, it's between the Chevy Bolt and the Model 3. Poking around on the PlugShare site, the preponderance and strategic positioning of Tesla's supercharger network is simply overwhelming. The J1772 CCS and CHAdeMO chargers seem to be clustered around urban areas (no surprise) but outside of metro areas, are few and far between. It has been stated before that Tesla's supercharger network is a strategic advantage. I believe it will be even more apparent in the years ahead. While OEs are on-the-fence or pledging by press release their support for fast-charging networks, Tesla's already there. Never mind the fact that there are two competing standards (CCS and CHAdeMO) and that just now, the major charging networks are talking about working together for interoperability (Blink, ChargePoint, and NRG EVgo) through the ROEV Association. It's still possible to do coast-to-coast trips in a non-Tesla EV, but requires a collection of adapters, the goodwill of RV park owners and EV-friendly private citizens. Except for extreme early adopters, I doubt many people will have this level of patience. Would love to hear everyone's thoughts.