Actually, it was meant to be consistent. The problem is that most "inter-city stations in busy regions" already have V2 stations so there are fewer empty spots on the map to fill. I think the biggest open question is how quick the transition will be for new installations; in other words, how long will they be installing V2 in parallel with V3 before they stop new V2 installations. I suspect by the end of 2019 all new North American installations will be either V3 or Urban. The other open question is how aggressively will they convert V2 stations to V3. A lot of factors play into this but I'd guess it will be slower than many people want or expect. Therefore, I think V3 stations are going to be relatively rare for at least the next 6, maybe 12 months. It sounds like the TCH will be an exception, then again it will probably take until next spring for that route to be complete.