Driving home today from the in-laws after our Easter holiday celebrations, pulled up Nav and put in Home as our destination. Our route home goes right past the Macedonia Ohio supercharger location. As you can see in this photo, it was telling us to charge for just 10 minutes. What it important to point out was that when I removed charging, it had us getting home with 17% SOC instead of the 22% SOC that we'd have had at the SC. We did not stop (the $6-10 savings charging there was not worth my time today, though we have before). But I'm looking at this as perhaps a verification that the trip planner saw stopping as a sensible action, because the car was going to otherwise drop into the yellow (under 20% SOC). Has anyone else found similar results? Overall I guess that makes sense, but the car would know that my home has a charging station. And the way Trip Planner and such are described in the update, it seems like it would know well enough to not have me stop and waste 10 minutes since my final destination coincides with a known charger. AT least, that how I view it.... so yeah, wanted to share this interesting finding.