Hello, everyone! I expect to receive my Model S in early April, and I have a trip to Orlando on 4/16 that just begs to be my first electric road trip. (Despite 18 months with the Roadster, I've been strictly local with it.) But I'll be on a tight schedule on both legs of the trip, so I'm letting a little of my OCD side show itself by thinking about the charging logistics ahead of time. Charging in Orlando won't be a problem; though the Rosen Centre does not have chargers, the Hilton and Rosen Plaza nearby do and even the Convention Center might. It's the trip that worries me... even driving conservatively on the Turnpike at 75 mph, 230 miles seems to be about 30 miles beyond the range I could expect from a P85, even with a range charge. And I'd much prefer to be able to do 80 or 85 if that's what the rest of the traffic is doing so I can save some time. Lastly, of course, I'm not fool enough to push a car close to any of its limits when it's barely two weeks old. So I need to charge somewhere along the way in both directions, at the fastest possible charger I can find. Two questions then: 1. Can anyone recommend a fast charger between Miami and Orlando near the Turnpike? I only see 30A J1772 chargers on Chargepoint, with the best choice apparently being a parking garage at 500 Clematis Street in West Palm Beach. Recargo adds some Nissan dealers with J1772, also 30A. Is there anything faster, anywhere along the route? 2. Will the J1772 adapter be included in the car when it'd delivered? What, if any, other power adapters can I count on having and which ones should I purchase to cover the majority of potential charging sites? I know this trip will be easy as pie once the Superchargers are fully deployed, and doable without Superchargers as long as I have the J1772 adapter. But IIRC those adapters just started shipping recently, so I don't know if I'll get mine before this trip... and it seems like the trip pretty much requires the J1772 adapter to be done comfortably. I have an ICE car I could take (Honda Odyssey), but what fun would that be? Exact route is from the Midtown Shopping Mall in Miami (basically Miami Avenue and North 36th Street) to the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando (on International Drive), and my usual routing is entirely via the Turnpike, if that matters at all. Any advice welcome, and thanks in advance!