If you remember any of my posts, you’ll know I have a Tesla Model 3. Like @Balthisar and the Mach E, I just use it like a normal car.
When I need to go someplace I get in and drive it. When it needs more energy I plug it in. When I feel like accelerating rapidly, I do so, and don’t worry about what it does to my mileage.
Everybody’s situation is different. I have a house with a garage to park the car, and adequate service at my house to charge at 6kW. I drive the car on normal roads, that might have snow pack and ice, but are probably dry. If the snow is too deep, I’ll wait for the plows. I go on trips with a small bladder and a small child, so 1000 mile days and 4 minute fuel stops are not happening, ICE or EV.
So, keep my situation in mind.
Fast charging is one giant non-issue; it’s just not worth worrying about. 8.5% of all my charging has been at superchargers, and it’s only that high because I had free referral charging. On trips, I go to the appropriate supercharger, plug-in, charge as much as necessary, then continue the trip.
For 94% of my driving, I just drive the car, then plug it in when I get home, if I feel like it.
Downside? Massive torque at 0 MPH is the enemy of tires. Buy some with a good mileage warranty, because you’ll get to use it.