If you were to get your Model 3 today with the range you expect it will have, will the current state of the Supercharger network be sufficient for your long distance travel needs? Look at the Supercharger map and where you typically take road trips. Are your trips even possible? Do you have to go at all out of your way? For simplicity, let's assume that the Superchargers are your only charging option, except of course your home and destination (unless you know you can't charge at your destination). We know there are other charging options, but let's keep this discussion limited to Supercharging to keep things easy. However, if you do have a road trip that is impossible with just Supercharging, feel free to share what other options make it possible. For me, my main concern are my trips between North Carolina and New York. I do them often, and they are the only long road trips I regularly take. I spend most of this drive on I-95, so I could make the trip without taking a different route. However, I still would have to go slightly out of my way in some spots to get to the Supercharger itself, and since I would want to eat while charging to save time, my food options are limited by what is within walking distance to the Supercharger. Thankfully, there is one planned at a rest stop I visit almost every time on my southbound trip, so that will help a lot!