Some notes from my trip: I got nagged more on this trip than I've ever been nagged before. Now I understand why people complain about AP nags. It was doing it as frequently as every ~10 seconds, and I had my hand on the wheel every time (the few times I didn't have my hands on the wheel, I didn't get nagged except for one time when I was counting the 12 seconds between nags). The nagging actually prompted me to hold the wheel in a way that wasn't particularly safe, but it kept the nags away, so good jaerb on that, Tesla. There was a huge difference in power consumption between my trip out (~410 Wh/mi at 85mph) and the trip back (~510). I think this has been discussed before but I've only been out that way twice, and the first time I went east on I-20 rather than I-10 so I didn't have an apples-to-apples comparison. There was also a fair bit of rain which probably didn't help. On a related note it was interesting to see the NOAP complain about not being able to make the Ft. Stockton to Junction leg. It started out warning me to slow down, which I ignored, then it changed to saying I wasn't going to make it, then eventually NOAP disengaged, routed me through the Ozona SC, then reengaged. I hadn't seen that or been prompted to move into a faster lane before this trip. Nasty accident on I-10 on the way back. This was Saturday night. There were so many emergency vehicle light bars flashing I thought they'd set up a CBP checkpoint and I'd gotten my wallet and driver's license out only to see a pretty thoroughly mangled car sitting in the ditch in the median.