Looks like I’m the resident newbie today! Deposit has been made for Roadster #613, final funds are in-hand, and airfare has been booked. Car is a 2.0 Roadster Sport located in Florida with R80 3.0 pack upgrade. Last annual maintenance was done ~2 months ago (less than 100 miles on car since). Two brand new tires, car checks out otherwise, ready to go! Right now my plan is to fly in Friday night, inspect car Saturday morning, wrap the front end with some temporary protective film (paint protection, seeing as the car has sub-5k miles only!). Purchased a set of CAN JR/SR adapters (both) to allow for charging. Included with the car are both 120/240v charge cables. Far as I can tell, all details are in working order.... THAT SAID.... what advice do folks have for someone who hasn’t really “driven” a Roadster before? I had the chance to ride as a passenger a year ago, and drove one 2 years ago in a parking lot. I’ve had 65+ different cars in my life, huge Tesla fan (this will be my 9th Tesla, but first Roadster). BUT... any advice/pointers are appreciated. Thanks to the help of @Darren S .... my route is well sorted with Tesla destination chargers (HPWC) and backup J1772. But any other thoughts/comments are welcome. What sort of wh/mi do people see in 3.0 equipped cars? What sort of items should I be looking for when I inspect the car, esp before a 2-3 day 1,200 mile road trip? TIA... this isnt my first long drive (last time it was a 75D Model X driven from Tampa, FL to Cleveland, OH) — but this time around the charging is going to make for a much longer, more tedious journey!