Hi all - apologies in advance because I'm sure this has been beaten to death, but I promise I've done my due diligence in trying to answer my question by referencing Google and old threads. I realize this means my due diligence may not be as "diligent" as it could be, and I am comfortable with that. I just want you to know I tried. I'm having a hard time finding a source for trip planning that is sensible and easy to use. I've been to evtripplanner. It appears to be a hobbyist's side project. It has some major limitations (cheerfully disclosed in the FAQ) and the UI is confusing. It seems to account for a lot of fine detail (elevation change, payload) yet misses major things like the existence of the 70D. This does not inspire confidence. I've tried the nav system in the car. This seems to be biased in favor of stopping at every supercharger, no matter what. Even the one near my house. I'll be leaving the house with a good charge, thanks, and I can't believe it's REALLY necessary or desirable to stop for 15 minutes if I could easily just make it to the next supercharger. I've done my own reckoning with Google maps and I have confidence in it - no more than 110 miles between superchargers - but I assume there has to be an elegant solution out there somewhere. Something that sets out a logical, realistic path and can account for charging times along the way. Is there such a thing?