Not a bad survey but note to others it's about someone starting up a battery "swapping" company, it's not just a survey for survey sake. Note I'm not against this and might even be interested in it for my '12 which currently only has 8 bars and has a range around 50 miles on a good day, it would be nice to get back up to its original 70+ miles. Survey took me 20+ minutes and to participate in the chance to win $20 Amazon gift card you need to provide name and email address(understandable IMO) otherwise no real personal information is needed to complete the survey.
Personally I'd probably not regularly swap my battery once new batteries were installed, I'd just pay the monthly fee, if the replacements started to degrade I'd at that time take it in for a swap, I'd still continue to charge at home or work, not swap the batteries to get fully charged batteries, for example on the go.
Oh and an important caveat for those who might care and miss it, using this technology it sounds like you will no longer have use of your QC port, IOW no QC'ing, your only option for a quick "charge" would be a swap of the batteries for a cost that IMO is cheaper than any paid
QC option I've ever seen. Because of this high QC cost and lack of availability of QC stations in my city, I basically never QC charge anyway so for me this caveat is a moot point
I've heard they do this battery swapping thing in other countries, GB for sure, interesting to see it might be coming to this side of the pond.
Just taking this survey I feel I know quite a bit more about battery swapping than I did before so again I feel it was worth the time.