All very true, DNA. I still have this nagging question in the back of my mind - will all of these DCFCs fall into disrepair when the grant money dries up? Will EVs simply disappear as a fad that couldn't get off the ground? I really hope not, but I don't think a pure EV future is a sure thing. I just don't see a way to actually make money yet on the DCFC infrastructure. In a way, ChargePoint only makes money because the host is willing to lose money, or through grants (like LEED buildings). The drivers certainly aren't paying enough. And yet, like you said, we balk at prices that approach (or exceed) the price of gas.
It's a much easier sell for L2 infrastructure, but that isn't going to be enough to convince the mainstream to buy EVs. No one, save the most hardcore enthusiast, is going to be willing to sit at a charger for hours on end in the middle of a trip. So L2 only supports EVs as regional cars.
Again, ChargePoint basically makes money on the back of the host. Their fees are exorbitant and in some cases predatory. My company had put in chargers from GE, but when ChargePoint bought them out, it cost us thousands of dollars to fight with them just to keep them operational. In the end, the company almost took them all out because ChargePoint was so unreasonable.