Great event notes @SEARivian, thanks! Interesting idea. To expound on that a little, since Amazon doesn't expect the first batch (10k) vehicles to hit the road until 2022, and on top of that as you indicated in only concentrated geographic areas, I suspect it will be quite a few years before these chargers become widely available especially for long trips. (Similarly with the level 2 data that will be collected.) None the less, more charging locations is always good. Question will be, how much will Amazon charge to use them. Perhaps it will be free if you're an Amazon Prime subscriber? (wink-wink Amazon ) Good question to get confirmed. What would be nice is if they offer a scaled down pullout kitchen that,say, only uses half the gear tunnel. Benefits would be a lower price point (I'm assuming the full size pullout kitchen option won't be cheap) while keeping the other half available for storage (e.g. groceries, perhaps an OEM mini-fridge, etc).