I love mine (got it in September). Most days, I drive less than 30 miles. Maybe twice a month I’ll go to the nearby city, so 120 mile round trip. And monthly I go to visit my hometown, about 250 miles away. So I intended to upgrade my garage panel for the Tesla charger, but I’ve never gotten around to it—don’t really need it! I just plug in a few times a week over night, and even though it’s slow charging, it easily tops me off. When I know I’m making a big trip, I’m more conscious in the days leading up to the trip to make sure I plug in every night. For my big trips, I make sure it’s maxed out, but still need to stop at Superchargers along the way. By the way, mine might say it can go over 300 miles on a charge, but I think that’s referring to ridiculously ideal conditions (maybe driving 40 mph???), and in reality, I doubt I could really get over 200 miles range. However, the superchargers are usually fast and convenient. Although there’s real variation in how fast they charge, and I’m not sure I completely understand why. Sometimes the superchargers will say they are charging over 800 mph. Other times, 200. I know it charges faster the emptier your battery is, but this variation is different from that. I do wish that was more predictive, because I’ve had a FEW trips where I was annoyed and quite delayed at the Superchargers. But usually if I supercharge while taking a restroom break and getting a cup of coffee and maybe check a few emails, it’s done. Anyway, maybe eventually I’ll upgrade my garage electrical panel, but I haven’t felt the need. I guess if I was consistently driving over 70 miles a day, it would matter to me. Also, my town has several chargers that I think are called “destination chargers”. They are faster than what you can do in your home, but not nearly as fast as Superchargers. I’ve never felt a need to go to them—it would still take several hours to charge, so I’d much rather travel to a real supercharger if i was in need.