Our second road trip since we took possession of our TESLA S 90D in December... Off to a wedding in Klamath Falls Oregon starting out in Santa Cruz, CA... looks and seems "easy" enough but discovered that the trek did have it's pitfalls and raised an alarm about the lack of infrastructure to support seamless charging from point A -> B. Our trip up to Klamath was "OK" the stop overs were not the best but we made it to our destination with an extra 2+ hours of charging. The return on this Sunday (July 30, 2017) was disappointing and "stressful" as we pulled into the Corning CA TESLA charging station (8 stalls / 7 working) there were 5 Tesla's ahead of us waiting for a charge... Totally "UNACCEPTABLE" I can only imagine now with the push for the 3 that any road trip will harken back to the "gas line" of 1970's. TESLA's infrastructure is going to be tested to the limit now, and needs to be improved quickly as producing cars without infrastructure will curtail anyone's enthusiasm to drive "green" for a long road trip without the proper facilities in place to support quick and easy charging.