I have used L2 to escape the CCS desert (pre- Electrify America) doing a 3 hour charge on a crappy Blink L2 charger in Memphis, TN to reach the nearest CCS (at that time, Nashville, TN 195 miles away from the Blink L2 station) in order to road trip to Coco Beach Florida from North East Arkansas. Now there is an EA station in Memphis, and one about half way between Memphis and Nashville in Jackson TN... thank you EA! I sometimes feel guilty for being happy about DieselgateI-10 all the way from Jacksonville is pretty well filled out by EA. While the North/South routes through are inaccessible, East/West travel is possible by driving south to I-10 then taking it across. A possible Atlanta route currently is to drive south through Columbus down to Chipley, FL. Plugshare is showing a CCS station in Columbus. But there are no checkins, so it's unclear if it's actually working.
Still looking for opinions of whether anyone would simply skip the trip if the fastest DCFC along the route in the desert was 25-30 kW DCFC. If it were once in a awhile and I really wasn't in a hurry, I'd probably chance it as it's just sucking up some time.
So, since most people consider road tripping in a Bolt crazy I don't think using 25 KW CCS makes you any crazier...