Southern Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Wyoming, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas? I hate planning travel routes. Just saying. But if you bring up Great Falls to Memphis, TN, it gives you three options in Google Maps. I'm basically trying to figure out which way to go. There aren't huge differences except area. And I am having a hard time trying to find out if there is any road construction, flooding, or anything else in these areas. If I go south through Wyoming and east through Nebraska, not only are there more stops in Nebraska, but the layout is almost perfect: Great Falls to Cheyenne is 10 hours, Cheyenne to Kansas City is 10 hours, and then Kansas City to Memphis is 8 hours. 3 days easy with two nights of plenty of rest. Going through South Dakota, though, there isn't much there at all. But, it also sets up similarly so it almost wouldn't matter. Great Falls to Rapid City is 9ish hours, Rapid City to Souix Falls is 8 hours, Omaha to Memphis is 11 hours. Then, I have the option to go east to St. Louis from Kansas City and south on I-55 to Memphis...or wander around in Missouri and Arkansas on smaller roads through Springfield, MO. It adds little to no time either way, and I'm extremely familiar with both areas. Three different options, and I can't decide on any of them. Because I'm an extremely indecisive person. :lol-sign: Does anyone know if Omaha is still a mess with construction? Any other roads or cities on these routes that you know of that are going through construction or anything else?