So you pull into a six-stall supercharger where one other guy is charging. You manage to plug into the one stall that's paired with theirs, and now the two of you are sharing 135kW, while 270kW of charging resources sit idle. A bit of a waste! I was wondering, what would it take to eliminate this, and allow all charging resources to be shared among all stalls? For the six-stall case, you'd have 405kW total, which could be allocated among the stalls as needed. With 4-6 cars charging, somebody can still get the short end of the stick, but at least it won't happen while capacity is going to waste. You'd eliminate the question of how to label the stalls and how to figure out which one to take when you pull in. I assume Tesla has looked at this and determined that it's not worth the effort, otherwise they'd be doing it. And I've never personally run into any problems with pairing, so it doesn't really impact me directly. But it has me curious, just from a technological/electrical perspective, what would it take to build them like this?