Based on our first longish trip and many shorter trips since v6.0 software appeared, the new Navigation software still needs work: * It only proposes one route per destination, and the priority is clearly on minimum driving time. Why not also propose a minimum distance route, or other choices, and allow a selection? * It continuously reevaluates the route as one travels it, and posts new routes whenever it computed an advantage, causing the distance and ETA to fluctuate wildly. Why not ask for approval for a proposed route and lock it in when approval is given? If approval is not given, why not ask what criteria apply? Minimum time, minimum distance, toll free, other? * The software treats any deviation from its current route on the part of the driver as a mistake, and labors to get the driver to U-turn. It only gives up and switches to the driver's route after many attempts to push its favored route on the driver. Why not simply put up a dialog? "Looks like you missed a turn. Would you like to a) return to the route, or b) plot a new route? If a new route, what criteria apply? Navigation has never been so important to us as it is now that we must make it to a supercharger to have a reasonable charging duration. For that purpose, having a posted route with a known distance and expected arrival time is important even for routes that are familiar and frequently travelled. There is no substitute for comparing the battery state of charge or projected range against the distance remaining on the navigation system and monitoring that periodically throughout the trip. But to do so requires a stable trip route. If we can't get the route we need from the system before starting, we need to "teach" it the route we wish to follow during the trip. And it is anything but helpful to have the system constantly proposing new routes as the trip progresses. These things really need attention badly, in my opinion. What's your experience? Do we have some things to learn about how the system works?