We are now three months into 2017. In the state that holds, by far, the largest number of registered Teslas there is currently not a single supercharger under construction (Fremont-2 doesn't count). There is not a single supercharger permit listed at supercharge.info. I still return from long trips and can not use my vehicle for the remainder of the day because close superchargers are full (San Juan and Fountain Valley). Yes, I charge at home and no I don't "normally" use superchargers close to home, but it's nice to charge after an out and back trip so you can use your car for the remainder of the day and not have to wait for an overnight charge. I'm all for the route buildout, and I guess it's nice that I can get to Houston via a southern route shortly (not really), but where is the density buildout in crowded California?