I was curious if anyone that has made this trip several times might be able to comment as to how long they stopped to charge along the way. I have visited every supercharger along this route, so I am familiar with their surroundings. Let's assume model 85D Seems like I could get to Yuma with a range charge from home, but might be a little close. Stop for 10 min in Gila Bend to be safe? To reduce total charging time, stop in Yuma for about 30 min and then grab more juice in El Centro to take advantage of the taper curves? At any rate, I am hoping for someone to give some feedback after doing this run several times. I'm sure there are at least a few of you that have made this trip a few times. Starting zip = 85254 (Scottsdale) Ending zip = 92106 (San Diego) I am well aware of EvTripPlanner and what it suggests for this and well aware of how the taper curves work and how to max charge rates. Just looking for some real life experiences on this. I don't have a Tesla (yet), but I spend way too much time researching things with batteries. Have rented one several times, so I know exactly how they work and could probably give sales demos....just haven't actually made a long range journey requiring more than 1 supercharger stop. I am still hung up with the idea that my passengers might not enjoy watching the charge screen while sitting stopped and wanted to get an idea of how short the stops could be. If my passengers don't like the trip, then I'm stuck driving ICE and that defeats the purpose of Teslas for me. I know that eating at a stop would lessen the impact, but let's assume we are not eating on this trip and I'm looking for the fastest possible method. What should I expect on this route? Thanks so much for your input on this!