On the whole it’s very good, but I have found ABRP has disappointed me a couple of times recently by incorrectlly telling me routes have become impossible after they are underway or giving me spurious alternative routes which, after selection, it either ignores and does something else entirely, or just tells me that it’s impossible and stops navigating.
The first time it happened, it had been navigating me for about 120 miles all the way down to 6% and then just told me that the journey was now impossible and abandoned me, rather than doing any rerouting. I had palpitations, believing it must already have tried every possible option and thus I may as well call recovery. But I pulled off the motorway, did a bit of research and found an Osprey charger about 2 miles away
I guess my point is that it’s good to do what you’re doing and research all the potential options before a long journey to avoid leaving yourself fully at the mercy of ABRP
My overall experience with “range anxiety” is that it should be termed “range anxiety anxiety”. It’s more the fear of being axious about range, not actually being anxious about range!