We took I-75 and with some errands run, has put about 6300KM on the odo. Mine is a 90D. I took delivery on Sept 25 and right now has about 13,500KM driven. The 6300KM averaged 172wh/km. Here is the summary and some of my thoughts from personal experience. Payload: 2 adults and a 4-yr old. We also stuffed the car with lots of things as we were heading to a 24-day vacation. Charging: Except one top-up charge in Orlando, Supercharger is the only source for charging. We tend to skip superchargers if possible as my 4-yr old needed a much longer break and the car needed a much shorter charging time than I had thought. The superchargers we visited are: Comber, Lima, Lexington KY, Knoxville, Atlanta, Macon, Tifton, Lake City, Orlando, Fort Drum, Riviera Beach and Marathon. Route: On the way south, we started at 9:45AM, charged at Comber, went through the border and charged again at Lima. We skipped Dayton and Cincinnati as they are not close to I-75 from my perspective. The first night, we stopped at Lexington KY. The next morning, I got up a little bit earlier and had breakfast first. While my wife tended to my son, I went out for a charge. The hotel was not very far from the supercharger and I charged to 90%. I could have charged less, but my wife told me my son did not want to get up. Our original target was Tifton but since we lost some time waking our son. By the time we arrived in Atlanta, it was past 6PM. We used Knoxville as the first stop though. So we decided to shorten that day by stopping at Macon instead. The third day, again I started a little bit earlier and our target is West Palm Beach. We stopped at Lake city, Fort Drum. The fouth day, we charged to 100% at Riviera Beach, went to some beaches on the east and then headed south towards Everglades port where we were to have a cruise. It was a bit difficult for us to find the port entrance and when we arrived, it was already 2PM. We parked the car at the port garage where it was left there for 7 days. The car was at 70%. Cruise was good and relaxing. We came back ashore and found the car to have 63% remaining. so 1% a day. As Plantation Supercharger was not yet up, we headed directed towards Keywest. Marathon is a comparatively small supercharger and since it was weekends, we couldn't find any facilities nearby. But anyway, we arrived in the hotel safe and sound. The next day, we went to Keywest. US-1 was very very nice. We all liked it. The drive was enjoying. After staying in Marathon hotel for 2 nights, we charged up again and left. The biggest problem for Maraton supercharger is it is a little bit too isolated. You don't have too much of a choice. After leaving Marathon, we headed towards Orlando. But on the way to Orlando, while I was charging in Fort Drum, the power of the whole charging station went down. Luckily I had enough juice to go to Orlando so I made a call to Tesla support team informing them of the problem and then left. We stayed in a resort for 6 nights. We had 5 days of Disney world and I did not charge the car for even one wh. On the 5th night, I was kinda worried whether there was enough electrons to make a round way trip to Kennedy Space centre and decided to top up a little bit. There was one J1772 at Walgreens nearby but it cost US0.39/KWH. I had no choice and spent US 3.35 on the charging. The trip to Kennedy Space Center was fascinating and it turned out I worried too much. 54% of the charge should be enough for me to make the round trip. On the way back to Canada, we stopped at Orlando, Lake City, Tifton, Atlanta, Knoxville, Lexington, Lima and Comber. My comments: 1. Autopilot is wonderful, I drafted a lot and this feature is very useful. 2. The car is a wonderful machine. 3. It would be nice if we can have a little bigger battery pack though, I'd say 110KWH would roll the dice.