Although I (ahem) live in the Seattle area, I don't see why there is a need for one in Seattle. There are many places to charge around here. Even eastside cities like Issaquah, Bellevue, Kirkland, have charging. Sure, more charging is always good but we should save our precious supercharger resources for where they do the most good. I think we'd be much better off to move a mythical Seattle 10 bay supercharger into a place where it would be needed. Some corridors that could use it: US 2 near Leavenworth or Wenatchee or Lake Chelan or the Methow valley - http://www.cascadeloop.com/. Maybe this will be too close to the I5 corridor ones? But this would be really useful, especially for winter skiing. In the Olympic Peninsula, like Port Townsend or around the (olympic) horn. http://www.myscenicdrives.com/drives/washington/olympic-peninsula-loop Along 101 down in Oregon by the ocean? It just doesn't make sense. There are lots of Teslas in San Francisco but we don't seem to need a charger there.