I just got mine. The big kicker in it is section 13 which previously said no changes could be made except by agreement of both parties, pretty standard in contracts. The new language says Ecotality can change it at will to anything it wants for no reason and if you continue to use the services (e.g. plug in your car to the Blink they paid for) after receiving notification of the change, you have agreed to those changes. You have five days to notify them by mail that you don't agree and then they can come and take the Blink away. So if you get an email from them and it goes in your spam folder by mistake, or you are traveling and don't do email for a week, you have agreed. If your get it by snail mail and it takes a week before you get back from vacation to read it, you've agreed. Any dispute you have to travel to Arizona to arbitrate it and they are never liable for attorney fees or costs, or punitives (that arbitration part was there before). Sorry, but that's a deal-killer for me.
I don't mind them sharing the info with the Bay Area Air Quality Mgt. District, but this clause is ridiculous. It is probably not enforceable in a court since it is both unsupported by consideration and an adhesion contract, but I wouldn't want to have to litigate that.
Edit: "You have five days to notify them by mail that you don't agree ..." refers only to changes they make after you have signed this. If you don't sign this and they try to make changes, they can only do so if you agree. I did not mean to suggest you must reply in writing within five days to this email.
2011 SL down to 9 capacity bars