I noticed this was an older video so I checked YouTube. Charging is now much easier through the smartphone app, although none of the videos mentioned the issue about FINDING the Electrify America stations which the OP's link noted, so IDK if that coordination with the infotainment's Nav system has happened.
One other video I watched that was quite interesting, noted that although the EA stations are rated at 150w, you do not always get that much wattage when you actually go to charge. In that video, the driver only got an average of 83w charging speed. He changed to another station next to the first one, and managed to get 115w.
Since this affects how long it takes to charge the vehicle, it means that just because the PR brochures say "90 min at 150w will get your car from 5% to 80%", doesn't mean that the charging station itself will give you that 150w! I thought that was an interesting point, and something to consider. In this other video, there wasn't anything around the charging station (it was in a Target parking lot and everything was closed for a holiday), so I guess he just had to sit in his car and wait for 45 min until his car was charged up enough for him to get to his destination.
That said, I'm still leaning towards buying the Ford Mach-E in 2-3 years if I decide to give up my beloved Edge Sport. The VW is too underpowered for my tastes. I live where there's hills and short freeway ramps uphill into 75 mph traffic. The Edge Sport weighs 4800 lbs. and has 315 hp, and I think IT has barely enough power, LOL!