The 2015 goal for the supercharger network is to serve 98% of the population in the contiguous US. Uh, where's the 2% that's left out. Well it appears to be the Brownsville-McAllen-Harlingen metro area - in south Texas. How difficult would it be to set up a supercharger station just outside Corpus Christi, Texas - even if its a 2 station unit - just to be able to say you've covered the entire 100% of the US. Given the marketing savvy of the Tesla organization I'm surprised at this faux pas. The cost of a little station would be well worth the marketing boost of 100% coverage.