Let me start this off by saying both the wife and I love the Model S and tried to fit it into our life. Here's the problem we ran into. We live in the Omaha Metro and my family lives in Jefferson City, MO (~350 mile drive). Her's in Humboldt, IA (~150 mile drive). We were (& still are) wanting a Model S. I have a Nissan Leaf which fits perfectly in the situation I need it which it to work and back plus local weekend driving. She has an 2001 Pontiac Grand Am. She drives ~25 miles to work everyday which is within Leaf range anytime other than winter so she drives it all the time till winter. We were wanting to replace her car with the Telsa 85. We test drove it and loved it even more but here was the deal breaker to us. Spending that much on a car we would go to a 2 car home so therefore one car (the Tesla) would have to be able to do all of our long distance driving. Researching all the possible paths to my family lead me to the conclusion that a Tesla would take a minimum of 3 extra hours to complete the same drive that we currently do in a ICE car (Omaha to Topeka, KS Supercharger to Jefferson City, MO) 5 times a year minimum. 5 hour drive compared to an 8 hour drive is too long for us for one then you add the possibility of children it makes it too much of a burden. According to the Supercharger Chart there is no plans to put one in Kansas City Metro which is a big CON for us. No plans for even a CHaDEmo quick charger. We were wanting to get a Tesla before children as well because of the Federal tax credit. We wouldn't get the full credit right now because our tax liability isn't high enough so after children our tax liability will be even less thus costing us even more for a Tesla.