The limitations of BEV's are still to be overcome, it's possible (I'd say probable) that battery tech will improve at some point which will mitigate the major range anxieties. The speed at which charge can be delivered - assuming rapid chargers are in service - probably can't be improved on significantly as Scotty said "I canna change the laws of physics".
My motoring habits were very similar to those @Pagan-Image has described plus quite a lot more, changed a lot in the last few years, may well change back. Some would argue that we're extreme edge cases, I'm not convinced with the number of people I know that have similar work related mileage demands.
All that said, battery tech is only ever going to be an interim or partial solution to power electric vehicles. Electric drive is a clear winner, the problem is fuelling.
That's the reason that Hydrogen Fuel Cell tech is the way ahead. We have the basic infrastructure in place. You know: Fuel Stations. Those buggers are everywhere. It just needs some investment in the storage tanks and delivery vehicles. I really don't see the issue with it. Yes, Hydrogen is explosive, but so is Petroleum fumes. And LPG. And no-one is afraid of those. It would put an end to charge point anxiety, range anxiety, sitting around for half an hour every two hours and so on. It just makes sense.