I can't wait for reliable, common DC Quick Charge.
I'm in Portland, Oregon. I drove to Seattle, Washington last week. It's ~180 miles, door-to-door. I charge at home, I went to a place that has on-site charging.
Once you leave the Portland Metro area, there is one CCS DC Quick Charge station before you get to the Seattle Metro area. It is 35 miles outside Portland, and 100 miles from the next Seattle-metro-area (Tacoma) CCS charge station.
It was broken. So I'd used almost half my battery, only to find the one CCS quick charger dead. (It was a combo CHAdeMO/CCS unit, but the whole unit was out - no power at all to the entire unit.)
I was lucky, I have the REx model, so I just drove on REx until my tank was empty, refilled the tank, and drove on REx all the way to my destination (since a second REx tank got me there, I didn't bother with the originally planned CCS stop in Tacoma.)
Coming home the next day, knowing the CCS closest to Portland was going to be out, I didn't even plan on stopping there. I quick-charged in Tacoma, and made it home on REx with one mile of range left, REx tank empty. (Yeah, that was cutting it a bit close - there was a slow-charge station available 2 miles from home that I planned my route by just in case I wasn't going to make it all the way home - but it said I had the range, and it was mostly downhill from that point, so I risked it.)
Personally, I was amazed I made it all the way home, I was expecting to have to stop at one of the Level 2 chargers in Portland.
For those curious about the route - I charged up at Tacoma Mall (to 85%,) topped off the gas tank at a station between the Mall and the freeway, and drove I-5 all the way to Portland, driving *EXACTLY* the speed limit, or drafting behind a semi going no more than 5 under the limit using ACC at 'closest follow' setting. I used charge-hold mode to kick REx on at 75%, and made it 93 miles before REx ran out of juice (just outside Longview, WA.) Not bad for REx + about 10% of the 60Ah battery! Battery said it was at 73.5% when REx kicked off - and I made it a further 54 miles on that 73.5%. (For those familiar with the area, I got off I-5 at "Rose Quarter" exit, and drove the rest on surface streets.) I was helped by weekend freeway construction in Portland causing I-5 to slow to 35 MPH pretty much as soon as I got in Oregon. And by the weather being perfect, so I could have it in ECO PRO + and not be uncomfortable. The car did have three people plus ~150 pounds of cargo in it, though!