We know the network is in its infancy, but what do people think is the ideal distance between supercharger stations. Seems like about 75 miles - that way you can cruise and go three legs or book it and go two. Book it and go three if downhill or tailwind, or if opposite go two. Also seems it would alleviate a syndrome of running up the back of the same people at each charging station and the potential for bottle necks that might bring. With over 40,000 miles of interstates, and tens/hundreds of thousand of miles of highways in all states (like 101 and 395 in California), that's a lot more than 100 superchargers! We might likely see a free Tesla network on major routes like I-5, I-10, I-80, I-95, etc. and a licensed network on other routes. Thoughts?