Good Morning... (or afternoon, or evening, or tomorrow depending on where you are), So last week the family and I took a vacation to San Diego from the SF Bay Area in our Model S90D and I wanted to share some observations from that trip and what we learned from taking our Model S. This won't be terribly long winded as I just want to focus on the major points of the experience. For starters, supercharging during a long trip isn't really all that bad... From the Bay Area to San Diego we had to stop at 3 superchargers with the only delay of any kind being at SJC. Outside of SJC we had no issues with stall availability, nor with getting a completely unused stall pair. Granted our drive down was on a Saturday so perhaps that played a role, hard to say. We stopped at Harris Ranch, Tejon Ranch, and SJC. I think we could have made it all the way from Tejon Ranch had I charged to 100% but either way, it worked out okay. I'm known to be a bit of a long range road warrior only stopping for gas but neither my wife or kids are that way so given that we'd have had to stop for bathroom breaks anyhow, the 3 stops weren't an issue at all. All in all, I don't feel like the supercharging stops impacted our drive in any negative fashion. We stayed at a hotel in the San Diego area that had HPWCs as part of the destination charging program so we never had an issue coming back to our hotel in the evening to charge which was quite awesome by itself... Coming back (came back on a Thursday) we stopped at Hawthorn, Buttonwillow, and Harris Ranch. Hawthorn was really a forced bio break stop but it was neat to see the SpaceX site. Again, no issues with stall availability or anything like that. We even made it home (Pinole\Hercules\Rodeo area) on a 90% charge from Harris Ranch, pulling in the driveway with 5% battery left... We drove 77/78MPH most of the way there and back and never really felt like we needed to slow down or anything like that to make it. It was nice actually... The major thing I noticed is there was a dramatic improvement in range by setting the car suspension to "low". It's hard to quantify "dramatic" but we were getting around 283wh/mile (give or take a few watts) at 77/78MPH while on low... All in all, fantastic trip and it completely removed any range anxiety concerns I may have had going forward for future trips. Just outstanding and I'm sooooo glad now that we went with the 90D. Jeff PS: AP made the entire drive so much more relaxing and comfortable, especially in LA traffic, that I'll NEVER own another car without it... Ever.