I waited almost an hour to get in a 15 minute charge at the San Mateo supercharger station last night after the idling implementation was made. It seems to have very little wait times at some of the more populous superchargers. With more Tesla's on the road especially in metros like the Bay Area, it's clear that taking advantage of the the supercharger network just to fill up isn't sustainable. This video shows 11 vehicles in less than 1 hour drive by the San Mateo supercharger station at 10:20pm and then leave demonstrating no "urgent need" to charge in order to get to their next destination. This isn't against the rules and it's a right owners have purchased but it simply isn't sustainable long-term. Just wanted to spread a PSA to be mindful of people who actually need a charge to get to their next destination and hoping that Tesla will do something to address this issue that works out for everyone.