Family trip to Florida here at the end of June for Disney cruise. Did a bit of trip planning and came to the conclusion that we really won't be able to take the Tesla quite yet - the Supercharger-enabled path from St. Louis up through Chicago, through Ohio and down the east coast doubles the driving time even without charging time. When adding charge times, it would increase a 13.5 hour direct path to 31 hours of drive+charge time. While we'd love to do the exploration, I don't have enough buffer time at either end of the cruise to feel comfortable that we'd make it back in time. So into the ICE we go. The end-2014 map shows that we could potentially cut down the drive time by ~5 hours (22.5 mi drive time), taking the new I-64 path being formed... However, given the Supercharger map, we'll lose that time due to mid-span campground charging between Louisville, KY and Charleston, WV (~240 mi) and Charleston, WV and Richmond, VA (~315 mi). By the end of 2015, the problem is solved with the only concern being the leg between Mt Vernon, IL and Nashville, TN, which is a stretch at ~230 miles. Looks like family vacationing with Supercharging happens when we get the Model X.