Dear friends I need some advice. I am a relatively new owner of a Model S. Its the most fabulous vehicle I've ever owned but I have to be honest, as I am planning a road trip from Michigan to Toronto, it is giving me a bit of anxiety. Rather lots of it. I have researched this topic extensively and know that winter driving conditions and high speeds kill range along with HVAC and cold battery with snow, ice or watery road conditions. And that a preheated car and battery is a beautiful thing for long drives and preserving range. And that the EVTripplanner website if your wonderful friend. On that topic of evtripplaner dot com, I had a question. Q1.) How accurate is EVtripplaner's route planner? Assuming I enter in the speed multiplier, payload, windspeed, and everything to the best estimate as possible. Q2.) When EVTrippplanner asks you to stop at a SuperCharger, is that gospel or have you been in situations wherein EVT was asking you to stop and charge at a particular place way more conservatively than it was needed. Did you ever decide to override EVTP's recommendation and just drive to the next SC? Did that work out OK for you or did you regret not following EVTP to the "T"? Please provide some guidance in how good is EVTP and how reliable is the Tesla Route Planner comparatively? And if you have any other suggestions apart from the above in how I can plan for my trip to reduce range anxiety as best as possible while minimizing the time I spend charging more than i need to. I hope that makes sense. I greatly appreciate your help with this. Thank you!