What is the recommended recitation speed when learning a new surah?

Question
as salaam 'alaikum wa rahmatu Allahi wa barakatuh. 

What is the recommended recitation speed when learning a new surah?  (I usually use the late Sheikh Hussary, ra, tarteel.)  And when a surah is being memorized, how fast should recite the repetitions for memorizaion?  And once the surah / suwar are memorized, what is the recommended recitation speed for review? 

I ask because I have read elsewhere that some people will recite a page in 1 minute.  I read that some say to repeat it 300 times or 500 times in a matter of 3 or 4 1/2 hours.

or a juz in 10 minutes?:
Jazaakum Allahu khaira.
as salaam 'alaikum wa rahmatu Allahi wa barakatuh.

Answer
Wa alaikum assalaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh,
There is no general rule on the speed of recitation when memorizing, but slower is better for retaining for most people.  Some memorize at a very quick speed and then cannot repeat the memorization in any other speed than fast, which is a big disadvantage. 
Again, for review, there is no specific speed.  Obviously one can review more with increased speed, but it should not be rote without thinking.  The Qur'an was revealed for us to read and ponder, not for us to rattle off without thinking of what we are reading.  A page in a minute is a fast speed, and probably hard to keep up.   Repeating something several hundred times in one day is not necessary.  If one can pray with the section or surah they have memorized without hesitation, it is memorized well.  After memorizing a section or surah, it should be repeated until it is smooth and without hesitation, but there should be no specific numbers set, instead each individual should take the pace and number of repetitions they individual feel comfortable with to accomplish the goal of having it memorized well. 
A juz' in ten minutes is, in general,  too fast for pondering the meaning  and reading correctly, but there may be some who can ponder at that speed while observing correct tajweed;  certainly they are unique if they can.  Each person is responsible for reviewing at a speed which is not so slow so that they cannot review enough, but not so fast that they cannot pronounce the letters properly with their characteristics and most of all they need to be able to think and ponder the meaning of Allah's Glorious words as they recite. 
Wa iyyaakum
Wa assalaam alaikum wa rahmatullah wa barakaatuh