Only once have I been "absolutely" dependent on L2 charging to complete a trip. It was a cold winter day (sub-zero F) and there wasn't a DCFC available (EA will soon remedy that). More often, L2 is hugely important, but not in the "absolute" sense. For example, I often visit Burlington VT. There is a DCFC just outside the city in Williston. But there is a parking garage in the city with L2 chargers. So I charge there while I'm visiting anyway rather than go out of my way to a DCFC. I suspect this is common behavior for EV drivers visiting distant cities. Do I "absolutely" need the spot? No way. But it's a huge convenience booster, and a Tesla parked there without being plugged in (they are prime spots in the garage) is unacceptable and speaks of entitlement.What percent of people absolutely depend on L2 charging to complete their trip? 1%? Hardly anyone is brave or foolish enough to depend on free L2 charging to complete their trips, so the whole concept is mostly a gimmick to begin with.