I'm too lazy to check out the OP's route but my little bit of planning routes for myself was not a raging success. I followed Pennsylvania Route S across the state from Philly until I got to the much overrated GAP (probably better when it's dry). Route S was alright sort of, the Amish country was lovely but there was an awful lot of traffic in places. I eventually got onto the Northern Tier route. What a relief. It's all relative, ACA routes are 'popular' but that doesn't mean you'll be falling over hordes of people doing them: this place is huge and you may well go weeks without meeting someone doing the same route. From other responses I take it some of your route uses interstates. I also counsel agin 'em they have rumble strips, a cyclists misery, and lots of debris on the shoulders, including shredded truck tires that put those tiny slivers of steel in your own tires that cause hard to locate flats days or weeks later. And freeways are NOISY.