Yesterday I drove from Miami to Santee, SC. Much to my amazement it turned out that there were four of us making that trip at the same time. They were an 85D which is almost identical in visuals with my P85D, a 60 and an 85. It became obvious that we were all traveling to similar destinations when we all kept appearing at Superchargers within minutes of each other. Following Santee our paths diverged, with the 60 and I continuing to Charlotte. This was my first long trip in my car, and resulted in a deepening appreciation for the car, plus serious disdain for the deficiencies of the current version of navigation. Despite the weaknesses the potential advantages in trip planning are obvious. I only wish that, for example, it did not want me to return to the Santee Supercharger when I was already 50 miles away on the way to Charlotte. Deleting Superchargers from the route solved the problem. Strangely and dismayingly none of us exchanged contact information despite our friendly conversations along the way. This does suggest that there might be a very large number of us making the great North-South treks. The hotel receptionist in Santee said they often have 3-4 Tesla drivers per night staying at Clarks, causing her to say they regarding their Supercharger locations as a big asset to the hotel.