There're posts around that during the unusual rush to see the solar eclipse there was long wait times at SuperChargers.. and with the TM3 coming this may happen more often. So I wonder if this might be a partial solution? What if Tesla made semi-truck based Super-Chargers?... • each completely filled with PowerPacks, • (maybe have natural gas generators too, or a 2nd generator truck, that are only used if pre-charged packs are depleted), • that could simultaneously feed 10+++ EV cars, • and send them (someday anonymously) to park in lots along routes that are expected to get congested (or are used until a more permanent solution is built). Hmmm, does anyone know how many cars 1 PowerPack could possibly charge simultaneously or in total? Would this be competitive to the price of building a permanent Super-Charger site?