LOL, you have no idea. Or maybe you do... The market can go a LONG LONG way with the current state of batteries, but no one is sitting still- I'm excited to see any and all advances. Solid state really just describes the electrolyte, so lithium will/can still be a part of the battery. Mining it isn't a whole lot different than sodium, and we think so little of that process, we dump that crap all over our roads. Years ago, it was said that EV makes ICE obsolete at around $100kW-hr, and we are just about to cross that. Some aggressive forecasts have them at $50kW-hr within 10 years, but I'm guessing $70-80kW-hr by 2025 is probably doable. Someone ran numbers on the CyberTruck, and based on the $39k starting price and best-guess at battery size based on weight, estimates that the pack has to come in around $85-90kW-hr to hit the price target. And that's 2022. VW was looking at producing a million EVs a year by 2025, and they just announced that they moved that goal up to 2022, so something is happening with the battery market. And the VAST VAST majority of cars won't need more than 300 mile range- I suspect lots will be built in the 150-200 mile range. I'm definitely excited to see how it progresses though, and the sooner the better.