Real World recharge times So in a real 350-mile road trip scenario (my NJ to Cape Cod trip next Friday) where I have to choose where to stop to recharge, let's assume: 1. I want to minimize total trip time 2. an HPC at the 100 mile mark, and 3. various NEMA 14-50's along the way (e.g. at the 150, 200, and 250 mile marks), Which place(s) would you stop at to minimize "down-time"? How about if we change assumed locations? There should be a simple Excel macro to allow us to plug in these various inputs, but I am lousy with Excel. Any of you guys got a good macro to explore these possibilities? I assume any HPC 70-amp stop wins over a 50-amp to minimize down-time, but I'd like to see the math or better yet, a plot on chart. Also, would you charge with setting for "maximim distance" if using a NEMA 14-50, or is it not worth the additional charge time when you are less than 220 miles away? Finally, car speed: assuming I cannot safely go below 60mph on the 95% highway trip, is it right that even with a single HPC top-off along the way, there is no higher speed that would make sense to minimize the overall trip time (road speed*distance + charge time)?