OK, since folks at TESLIVE wanted me to post this sooner than later, here it is. First of all HoneyBug's and my trip was from May 18 to June 7, 2013. We traveled a total of 5540 miles in 21 days. Only 4 days were spent not traveling. Those were spent in Yellowstone, Kansas City visiting family and Grand Canyon. We used 1686.7 kWh of electricity, averaging 304 Wh/mi. And like HoneyBug says, we're still married! Here's a link to the Google Map of our trip. We started in the Silicon Valley and headed north. Model S US Tour We were originally planning to continue on to St Louis and down through Memphis and Texas, etc. but decided not to due to better understanding travel time and hearing about tornadoes and hail along the way. Instead we doubled back from Kansas City to Denver and then headed south. Soon I will post a link to photos we took along the way. There was only one time when we ran out of charge. That was when a small minded RV park manager chased us out of their park. The next park also said "No" because they didn't know how much to charge us. We coasted to a stop 3.3 miles from the third RV park which was VERY accommodating! Our Model S said we had 26 miles remaining when we stopped. A call to Tesla Customer Service had us on the back of a flatbed tow truck within an hour!!! That was a great lesson and we never had trouble again. The longest we traveled in a single day was from Las Vegas, NV to Los Altos, CA. We traveled 570 miles in almost exactly 12 hours including 3 supercharger breaks, lunch and dinner. After the first few days we realized that 2 charges at RV parks during the day was too much. After that we settled on charging overnight, traveling in the morning, charging at an RV park, traveling in the evening and then stopping for overnight. We stayed overnight at Hotels and Motels most of the time but did sleep in a backpack tent 3 or 4 nights.