I just got back from a drive from San Francisco to Seattle yesterday (816 miles). Did it without sleeping over - left San Francisco at 10am, arrived Seattle at 3am. 4 rotating drivers. Stopped for Supercharging at: * Vacaville (was a very pleasant surprise. Didn't know this existed until I saw it on the SuperCharger list. It saved a planned drive through Sacramento. THANKS TESLA, this one is an amazing help, and next to an In-And-Out burger as well!) * Corning * Mt. Shasta * Grants Pass * Springfield * Woodburn * Centralia The temperature was nearly freezing, with heavy winds in spots and dense fog for hours that forced us to drive fairly slowly. I always supercharged to at least 50% extra. Lowest I arrived at was 9 miles remaining in Centralia. At no point did I have range anxiety. I've driven this in a day with an ICE before and it was a miserable experience with my passengers always pushing me to continue driving for up to 4 hours. The SuperChargers forces a series of nice stops to change drivers, but it was never so long that we felt we were waiting around the SuperChargers. It really felt only like the difference between grabbing coffee and food and having it while driving, vs. sitting down and having it. We never tried to delay any stop. It was just a natural 'get out, have something, go to the bathroom' stop. Sure it probably took 2 hours longer than it would have an in ICE, but because of the stops we felt refreshed when we got back, and even unpacked before going to bed. The overall experience was miles above my previous rushed experience in an ICE. In fact, my wife was so impressed with the trip that after we got back she said she's going to call and cancel our Freemark Abby club shipment next month and we're driving down to Napa to pick up the bottles in person. That's quite a statement after just coming of from a 17 hour drive!