I'm not a big fan of pulling off the road to charge for 20 minutes. I can't do much in 20 minutes other than listen to the radio. I'd much prefer to skip chargers when I can and have an hour+ charge with a meal and bathroom break. But this is not so easy with the current trip planning in the car. First, the navigator doesn't give me useful mileage info for me to know if I can skip a charger. Then the navigator doesn't change the route when I skip a charger, still telling me to stop somewhere I won't reach rather than recalculating the supercharger stops. When I plan a trip in Google maps once I have entered my superchargers I can get it to tell me the mileage of each leg of the trip. The problem with Google is it doesn't show the Superchargers other than the ones I've entered. So that makes "what-if" planning harder. I would love to be able to brainstorm with the guys designing the navigator and online trip planning software. I think it could be so much more useful. I'd also like to get Google to provide a means of trip planning by indicating all the superchargers along your path and letting you select the ones you wish to stop at. I realized how limited both methods were when I was trying to plan a trip to Kentucky from Virginia. Google said there were two paths about the same distance and time each. The Tesla planner suggested the route to the south through Tennessee. It took quite some effort to find out that the reason the slightly more direct northern route wasn't chosen by Tesla was because reaching superchargers on that route required deviating from the optimal route Google indicated.