I know I'm probably in the minority by thinking this... But I agree with Jackard in that I think it'd be a much more interesting and realistic experience if there were no fast travel at all, barring maybe sprinting/running speed for carts on paved roads. I would much rather see larger land and see transportation vehicles, ie horse drawn carriages and barges for rivers. This would probably make it so more trading centers such as Brodgar would pop up around the map, because people on the furthest supergrid wouldn't want to travel all the way to Brodgar to trade their items. Having several Brodgars throughout the map would also lead to very interesting politics. Trading between large cities would be a huge task, the traders most likely needing to traverse large distances, while at the same time having to watch out for bandits looking to steal their wealth... Ack, went on about this longer than I thought. But, yeah, in my opinion it'd be great to see no magic super-travel which allows someone to traverse many supergrids in 30mins, and instead promote regional city-building by adding a more diverse amount of transport vehicles.