So we evacuated Tampa and went to New Orleans with our Model X. Here are my observations The Good: The Superchargers we needed were fully operational both when we left and when we returned with open stalls. This was not true of gas which was not available and had massive lines at the stations that had gas. Tesla was very helpful to let us know what superchargers were functioning and the new update on Nav regarding superchargers was great. Destination charger was also available at a hotel near ours and they let us park there which was awesome. The Bad Due to traffic, we had to drive in the middle of night. Location of superchargers along the route was problematic for a couple of reasons a. No trash cans, open bathrooms, food, or windshield cleaners nearby which necessitated a stop at a gas station or another location anyway. During the day its great when the chargers are at a mall because you can shop or eat while supercharging. However, at night this doesn't work so well. b. A couple of the locations had signs about security risk which was not overly reassuring when you are getting out to walk with your family. And the locations were not particularly well lit.In addition, these locations were not particularly close to the interstate. In summary, I think the idea of co-locating the superchargers at nicer gas stations (wawa, busy bee, etc) near the interstate is a good idea. If these can also be close to retail/resturaunts that is walkable that is even better. The newest station is at a busy bee in Live Oak and it is the nicest gas station I have ever seen. Even had flat screen tvs in the bathrooms. Also, can't wait for Elon to get the charging rate even faster. Overall, we were glad we had a Tesla. Just thought we would share, not sure how to give feedback to Tesla on this.