So today was my first "road trip" in my 6 month old X100D which is now on 22" black Onyx rims as of Tuesday because I should have ordered those to start with (when I get around to posting it I'm selling my sonic carbons with 6,000 miles) if interested PM me My ride looks sick now. 22" black Onyx rims ; midnight Grey Metallic; Modesta BC-04 ceramic coating. Tinted front driver and passenger windows. Red painted calipers. Lighted T to be installed next week. I am tricked out for my first shore ride if I don't run out of watt hours. But I got Tesla Superchargers and a ChaDEmo adaptor so let's hit it what can go wrong. Ready to be loud and proud with the party of owners at these Superchargers. Anyway I needed to drive from Baltimore County to PG County Circuit Court at 5 am for a hearing (billable hours pay for the ride!) and then head to Dewey beach. Paranoid as I was this was my first "try and charge to 100 and leave within 1 minute of hitting it" thing so as to not damage my battery per forum surfing the past year. I charge to 95 the night prior and wake up at 5 am and try and get to 100 percent by 5 45. I get close to it. 294 miles of range...but never got to 100 percent and it was Time. To. Go.. So I leave. I have so much range left when I arive at PG County Circuit Court that I am like wtf why did I worry. Court all day. Leave at 4, hit the Grasonville SuC with 194 miles remaining. Not a single car charging there. Its a Royal Farm store. I Supercharge for 20 min, grab a soda and powerbar, and it's back up to ridiculous range I don't remember. I leave, get back on phone, hands on wheel, activate EAP, and talk and let car drive while I supervise and talk on phone. I get to Lewes and still have 190+ range but hit the Lewes SuC anyway for 15 min while answering emails. I now have 265 range. I was on the phone the entire ride down. Flowed the thin blue line on the MCD. It's like quicksand you thought of as a child. That was not a true life problem. Neither is range and charging . Neither is 22" wheel range loss. I have more range than I have at home on a normal 70% SOC. I worried about this for nothing. Bottom line for you lurkers that read this from a member of the club. Buy what you want. And make sure you get 22" wheels. And don't worry about range. Plan your trip. Know where u can charge. It's an app. PlugShare. It's free. thanks. You'll be fine.