I agree. A highway range of 400 miles is a total gamechanger. My road trip habits are similar to yours in that I go long distances with minimal stops. I've been known to do Orlando-Birmingham (570 miles) in a single stop and New Orleans-Birmingham (365 miles) nonstop. I will likely take the Bolt on a roadtrip for the experience some time but I'm not terribly interested in a long charging stop every two hours or so.Of course, I'm an odd duck. I still maintain that range is by far the most important factor in flexibility and reducing the concessions required from owning an EV. I know a lot of people are clamoring for 150 kW or even 350 kW charging, but the truth is, I actually don't mind the Bolt EV's 55 kW charging rate. All I ask is that it be paired with 400+ miles of actual freeway speed driving range, and I'd be satisfied. I'm not likely to drive more than 600 to 700 miles in any given day, and starting with a 400 mile range makes that super easy.