It is reported that Tesla has opened it's 10,000th supercharger station, in Belleville, Ontario, Canada. The Supercharger program started in late 2012, starting with just six Superchargers in California. Very impressive, but the expansion also highlights the holes in the map even more. And don't forget the 20-40% price increase for using a Supercharger that went into effect in March. No Gen 1 Roadster support however. It's still impractical to cross some regions using Superchargers alone (most notably Canada and significant parts of China), and availability within cities is still thin. And then there's the competition. While their growth is currently slow, they're a clear reminder that Tesla isn't the only game in town. It just has advantages in performance and sheer ubiquity that may take a long time to beat.