Hopefully that got someone's attention. I'm looking for the collective wisdom of the interwebs to see if you have ever faced this issue before. Here's the quick and dirty: Monday Night: Plugged Model X into HPWC (second generation). A couple hours after plugging in, but before timed charging began, car shut down entirely (according to logs). It never charged. Tuesday Morning: Found "bricked" Model X in driveway, called service, they sent out a roadside battery jumpstart to boot the car up and the Model X went off to service. Diagnosis is still underway. Wednesday Night: Plugged Model S into HPWC. Let's see if you can guess what happened.... That's right, a couple hours after plugging in, but before timed charging began, car shut down entirely (according to logs). It never charged. This morning: Found "bricked" Model S in driveway, called service and they are sending out a roadside battery jumpstart to boot the car up and tow the car in. Since I'm currently twiddling my thumbs for a second time this week, I figured I'd turn to you all... Occam's Razor says that this the HPWC must be a factor, right? Yet, there are no error logs about HPWC and I have a plain old solid green light. Anyone encounter this or something similar? (Even with just one Tesla. ) I trust my service center on this, but would like to get some insight in case there's some detail I haven't told them that could help. And, for the trolls, shorts, unhelpful commenters, etc. Please leave me alone. I've been part of this beta test of owning a Tesla for far longer than almost all of you and am intimately familiar with the trials and tribulations of these revolutionary cars. Software-based electric cars are our future, and Tesla will in all likelihood prevail.