I just got the new nav last week and was testing the routing by plugging in a few road trip destination I had in the past. To my surprise, it seems that the new nav is more aggressive on the buffer charge and prefer taking longer but less frequent charging stops. e.g. for a route from Atlanta to National Harbor, the trip planner used to suggest 6 charge stops and now recommending only 3 (skipping Charlotte and instead of charging at South Hill, Glen Allen and Woodbridge, it recommends to charge at Chester only). As a result, the charge buffer used to be around 15% and now slightly over 5%. Anyone else notice this change? I was under the impression that it was better to make more shorter stops for road trip as charging slows down significantly once reaching 80%. I wonder what is the rationale behind the change here.