wmcbrine, thank you for posting. Nice shot of the two i-MiEVs. First 'indoor' SuperCharger I've seen. Sadly, Tesla is now protruding these stations so Tesla drivers can drive in nose-first (the charging port is on the left rear of the Tesla), actually making it significantly more difficult (IMO) to maneuver the Tesla into proper position in cramped parking lots than when simply backing up, as the Tesla has nowhere near the turning radius of our i-MiEV. For example, the Cabazon SuperCharger comes to mind:https://api.plugshare.com/view/location/58947
I've seen a lot of incompetent California Tesla drivers attempt to back into stalls, despite all the fancy sensors and great backup camera.
(Caution: politically incorrect remark coming) Interestingly, most of the male Tesla drivers that I observed in the rest of the country were quite skilled. Perhaps because in California the Tesla is a commonplace utilitarian vehicle whereas true enthusiasts own them in the rest of the country?
Wonder what's causing the delays? Personally, I suspect bureaucratic/regulatory/inspection/approvals reasons - the bane of getting anything accomplished quickly in this country (don't get me started...).