I hope this doesn’t turn in to a raging dispute like some threads. It’s just intended to get thoughts and draw a little attention to this topic I’ve been watching USA supercharger installation progress for a few years due to being somewhat previously involved and helping businesses manage installation of destination chargers. Up until about 2017, SC installations were keeping up (or even surpassing ratio-wise) production of cars and were being located well. You can look at it in a lot of ways, but the metric I use is the ratio of Teslas on the road compared to the number of charging stalls. No, it is not real scientific. Then again, I am not trying to do a PhD thesis Just tracking what I see. Yes, lots of variables to consider like some people charging at home, some on trips, more cars with a higher charge capacity (taking longer to charge), distribution across America, etc. I’m not looking at those variables. It gets too complex. Further, I don’t have any world data available, so just focusing on USA numbers. With lots of model 3s in production since 2017 and more S & X sales as well, the ratio is quickly changing. I’m sure this isn’t news to folks in big cities whom are frustrated waiting in line to charge their car. My generalization is this: In January of 2017, there were approximately 38 Teslas on the road for every “stall” (not every location). Thus a ratio of 38:1. Beginning 2018, it was only slightly larger at 41:1. 2019 saw a big change of 68:1. Now in mid 2019 it is 72:1 and still increasing. So installations continue to fall behind the number of cars. By end of 2019, it may be 100:1. Higher ratios are not good. As a side note, installation of destination chargers is really increasing nicely which always helps for travelers staying for a while somewhere. So just to get your thoughts, concerns, or no concerns.