@TheModelCitizen: The actual issue for using an ID.4 is that the Electrify America network, and the others than support it, is not reliable, widespread, or fast enough, yet. Tesla is still the only one to get it right for public charging, and you can quite easily road trip just about anywhere you'd like in one of their cars for that reason.
I'm sure that EA will catch up at some point, but until they do, take your other car on a road trip, or buy a Tesla.
@ALTurkeyBum: It's going to be a good long while until you can't buy a V8 truck, I'd wager. Also, by the time 8 years have passed, not only will technology have improved, but you'll perhaps realize that the fact that you charge at home when you're sleeping means that charging time is usually irrelevant. It's one of those things that doesn't really make sense until you've done it. Almost never having to go to the gas station (or a public charger) is really nice.
Nope, they don't, but as someone driving an EV in northern New England, I can say it's generally just fine, anyway, and getting better. The simple truth is that two things conspire to make it nowhere near as much of an issue as people usually think:
1.) You start each day with a full "tank", because your car was charging while you slept.
2.) Most people rarely drive 250 miles in a day. That's four hours of driving, at a minimum!