Got home yesterday after completing my 1930 mile trip. On the trip up where I covered 876 miles, I mostly followed the charging levels that I had plotted out with ABRP. Although I had adjusted ABRP's efficiency to 3.9 miles/kWh @ 65 mph (the setting is actually 255 Wh/mile). I found that I had to watch my speed by driving slower so that I would arrive about the time the car would start warning me that I needed to charge soon. Door to door my trip took 19 1/4 hours with 4 hours and 11 minutes of charging with six stops on the road. Googling the trip says it should take 13 hours, but my first leg was much slower as I was trying to cover 250 miles with a car that has an EPA range of 238 miles. But what really caught my eye, was on my return trip from Fort Worth area to southern New Mexico of 674 miles that had about the same amount of charging time at 4 hours and 15 minutes also in six stops. I drove much faster where a good portion was 80 mph and it was windy so my efficiency may have suffered a little. So had to charge longer to make up for it. Just taking the distance divided by the total time taken, the slower drive up was averaged at 45.5 mph and the one faster shorter drive down that took 14 1/2 hours averaged out to 46.5 mph. So faster barely beat the slower. Pretty much a wash.