Yesterday I returned from a 4250 mile road trip from Los Angeles to north Minnesota and back. I stopped 29 times at various Superchargers. My 85 performed flawless. Not a single problem. I'm pretty impressed! What I find even more impressive and reassuring is that all these 29 stops went without any problems as well. I plugged in and it charged, not a single time were there any problems. For the most part I was always the only one charging. No spot was ICEd, I never had to wait. Having such a reliable charging network is pretty impressive and gives me faith in Tesla. A few things I have learned: I'm so happy I got the 85 and not the 60. Some of the legs between Superchargers are pushing it by requiring 50 kWh or more in dry and moderately warm weather. That's the limit for the 60. If you have cold weather and rain or even snow, you have to be rather careful in a 60. Which made me think, the Model 3 has the same range as the S60 so we might see some people in trouble once they start selling. One night I made the mistake to charge only 50% and then doing the rest in the morning before leaving. The battery got cold and as a result it only accepted a rather low charge rate of 30 kW. So it took much longer to charge than it would have taken, had I done it the night before. Wind makes a huge difference. If blowing the wrong way, it can seriously impact energy consumption. Arriving at low state of charge will result in higher charge rates, thus reducing your total travel time. I always gave myself a 30 mile buffer and I ended up arriving at 10 to 50 miles left on the battery. Keeping a close eye on energy consumption. Some roads seemed to suck out energy like crazy while others seem to make the car "fly". I was also positively surprised how comfortable the seat was even after sitting in the car for such a long time. Overall I'm very happy and impressed with Tesla and my S. It truly is a reliable car that has no problems with long trips and constant use of Superchargers and high speed driving.