I'm wondering what is going on with the supercharger network, at least here in the PNW... I've done a decent amount of driving the past few weeks and I'm getting a bit concerned. I've been playing the switching stalls game at almost all of my stops which have included Centrallia, Ellensburgh, and Ritzville. I called Tesla each time and they seem to document the problem; however, I keep reading/hearing of the issues persisting. You would think that Tesla would be monitoring the charging rates versus expected charge rates? Are other states/parts of the country being plagued by these issues? Ritzville - 2 of the stalls would constantly throttle from 40 to 0. Centrallia - could not get a decent rate of charge from 4 stalls. Ellensburgh -- 2 of the stalls keep dropping to 20. One stall would max and stay at 50. This was the best.. I should have named the thread PNW superchargers, but it won't seem to change now.