I live exactly 5.2 miles from the closest SuC in Woodbridge, Va. It seems that 50% of the time the car prefers to begin the trip by stopping by the local SuC regardless of SOC. Over the weekend, I figured I'd indulge the Nav system. It said I needed to go to the Woodbridge SuC for 0 minutes - and I did. I plugged into the SuC and was instantly ready to go. Failure to comply means the Nav system will attempt to get me to turn around desperately for 8-15 miles into each roadtrip requiring SuC stops when leaving my house (annoying), but I'll get over it for now. More interestingly, I cannot plan a trip home without it routing to the local SuC regardless of the estimated SOC at the final destination (my house). My workaround for routing home is to simply delete charging stops from the trip screen when I'm at my last SuC stop before coming home. For example, coming from NYC to VA this weekend, I routed to my home, and then at the Newark, DE SuC I deleted all charging stops which resolves the issue. Otherwise, I'm going to the local SuC! All this makes very little sense. If Tesla wants to discourage local charging, perhaps they should configure the Nav system to stop routing people who live close to the SuC to the local SuC on every trip? Just a thought.