Hi everyone, I'm taking my family from Port Perry (75km outside of Toronto) to Georgia this coming March (2015). A few months ago I was certain I'd be taking the Model S because I trusted the "coming soon" SuperCharger map. Now that this trip is only 2 months away, and there seems to be no action (yet) in the blank spots on the map, I am thinking about whether I can make this work or not. I'm looking for opinions / sharing of any research that others have done. From the GTA, or in my case just northeast of Toronto, it seems the best route is to go to Niagara, through to Buffalo, take the 90 over to Erie, PA, and then head south towards the first SuperCharger in the network for my drive, Cranberry, PA. That is the portion of the drive I'm most bothered by ... there is currently NO Supercharger in Buffalo or Erie despite them showing as "coming soon". My worst case scenario is that nothing changes. Can I still take the Tesla? It seems that my only way to make this doable is: 1) Port Perry to Niagara --> It's easily achievable in Winter but it would leave me with a mostly empty pack upon arrival if the weather is cold. I could leave in the morning, arrive in Niagara to have a nice lunch and do fun things with the kids while the car charges at a hotel plug. 2) Niagara to Erie, PA --> Easily manageable in winter too, and assuming I could find a hotel with EV charging I could stay the night there and charge. Then I'm a short drive to Cranberry PA, which starts my SuperCharging journey. I do NOT have much experience with Niagara, and none whatsoever with Erie. I don't even know if Erie has a hotel with any EV charging, and I'm hesitant to rely on a hotel where the power might not be on for the charger, etc. The Tesla map that shows partner charging locations has absolutely nothing for that whole area of Buffalo - Erie. Quite frankly this portion of the trip seems a bit risky. If I was solo it would be fine, but with two kids and a wife who would be super pissed off if we run into problems charging .... should I just suck it up and take the SUV this year? (I know ... first world problems ...) I'd love your thoughts, folks.