Some observations from a 2,500 mile trip from San Francisco to Vancouver, BC and back. Supercharging triggered a rescan of my USB music SSD almost every time. I'd get back in the car and no music for roughly an hour. The v8.0 UI changes that require a double touch on the screen were really annoying. Touch, wait for the pathetically slow response, then select the desired function, all while keeping a good look down the road. And the Media Player shortcomings are well documented elsewhere but are so blatant when trying to use it while actually driving. Very poor UI for a car. It's pretty clear nobody who works on the CID apps has ever actually tried to use them while driving a car. The Nav system was always about a 1/4 mile behind. Wait for "turn now" and you're past the turn. And street names on the internal maps display (left side of instrument panel) were frequently different than the names in the directions on the Google maps on the CID. No waypoints in Nav was a pain. We don't go on road trips so we can go from SC to SC or current location to a single destination. I needed to be able to say we're going from here to there and then somewhere else and then to our destination. Figure it out nav system. Spend $100K on a car and then depend on a couple of third party apps to be able to figure out how much to charge it. You can do better Tesla! I could not have made the trip through the Pacific North West without CHAdeMO chargers. Even if the "planned" SCs (which are just gray clutter on the map display) were real, the SC network would not have supported our trip which only went to fairly major cities or their suburbs. I had to rely on the CHAdeMO at REI in Seattle to travel back and forth to the east or west. The SC network is still a long way from anything approaching the convenience of gas stations. Fortunately there are more and more CHAdeMO chargers and even though only 50kW they were a lot faster than waiting for L2 chargers. The SC realtime "occupied" status was frequently inaccurate showing more vehicles than were actually present. Fortunately the SCs themselves were rarely very busy. When we got to inland freeways and the heat shot up, the SCs would frequently downshift to about 60kW max with the MS cooler running full tilt and the fans on the SC blowing like crazy. Some SCs had buckets of soapy water with squeegees. No idea who was filling them, but really great to get a clean windshield. Take a cue from gas stations Tesla, SCs should have restrooms and a way to clean the windshield. Five years after the introduction of the MS we're still pioneers. But the covered wagon pioneers never traveled so smoothly or with so much effortless power!