Hello all, I will chronicle my experience in case it helps someone in the future. I am planning a road trip from Toronto Canada, to Casper Wyoming. I will spend a week there for the Adventure Racing World Championships. Much of that will be on dirt roads (or worse) in an area already devoid of chargers. You could say I am trying to prove something about what EVs can do. After that, a friend will join me to mountain bike Moab Utah, see the Solar Eclipse in Idaho, hike Yellowstone park, and drive back to Toronto. Road Trip History from Toronto Canada: - In February 2015 and during a record cold snap of -25C (-13f), I drove to Northern Wisconsin in a Model S 85. The Supercharger network had massive gaps then and meant driving below the speed limit and without heat. I also had to get creative with charging. I was a videographer shooting area hospitals and discovered US clinics have Nema 14-50 plugs to accommodate mobile MRI machines. With permission, plugging in saved my trip. - 2015 to 2016: Various uneventful road trips to New York, Boston, Montreal, the White Mountains, and Shenandoah National Park. - February 2017: New Model X 90D and a winter road trip to Halifax, Nova Scotia. This was another trip devoid of Superchargers, driving slowly and without heat. A couple of broken chargers almost left me stranded but I rolled into a hotel about 5km past the battery saying Zero Range. Towing Test: - I purchased a SylvanSport Go camping trailer. Amazing thing that converts from compact tow mode, to a larger utility trailer, and finally a comfy tent camper. It only weighs 800 pounds and seemed the perfect choice for a Model X. It even has roof racks since the Model X can't. (See attached photo) - I just drove 170 test kilometres of mixed city and highway to get a feel of how much extra power I'll need. It was shockingly reasonable. The Wh/km was actually lower than my lifetime average after 8-months of ownership. (See attached photo with km and miles). My next post will be about all the charge adapters I've bought to make sure I can plug in somewhere... anywhere.