I recently purchased a new LSA (Bristell) that I'm going to be flying from Central Florida to Northern California in a few weeks (End of January). I would love some help, ideas and suggestions on how to make this a fun and safe trip. I will be traveling with another pilot and plan to fly only during the day. My planned route (via Foreflight) would look something like: KSEF KINF FA36 40J KMAI 30.96173/-85.57864 30.84431/-87.00690 30.77378/-87.59163 KBFM M13 KMCB KHEZ KAEX 31.51477/-93.07011 3R4 KLFK KCLL KGTU KBMQ KJCT KOZA KFST KVHN KELP 32.13410/-106.99044 KDMN KLSB 32.23789/-109.06258 32.35086/-109.66769 P33 E77 A39 33.49925/-112.92762 33.68122/-114.06945 KBLH KPSP KCNO KWHP 34.43302/-118.59106 CL46 KBFL KFAT KSCK KMHR I haven't selected spots to stop, this is just the general route. Ideally I'd like to end each day at a Class D airport to make sure I have access to fuel, repairs, food and hotel. Obviously weather will dictate much of this trip but looking to do this in about 4-5 days at a safe altitude (6,500-10k). Ideally I would like to break it up into 2-3 hour segments to stop for fuel, food, bathroom. Are there any must-stop locations / FBOs? Any guidance on the Arizona / New Mexico / So Cal section? Best way to traverse the LA basin? There were a lot of MOA congestion in Alabama that I'm not sure what to make of.