Sent to [email protected] I just picked up my S85 CPO/Used from Fremont Delivery yesterday. So I'm the definition of a newbie and newbies screw things up. After driving around in a parking lot for a bit, familiarizing myself with the car, I headed up Mount Hamilton. When I got done with that I had a little time to kill before I needed to be somewhere and I headed over to the Computer History Museum Supercharger. While I was driving there, I realized that I didn't know how the Supercharger worked but I thought that the first thing I'd try, before even reading the manual, is what I'd call The Right Way Of Doing Things. Open the chargeport and plug in. Bingo, that worked. Awesome. So I charged for awhile and my appointment neared so I needed to end the charging station. The screen had a button that said Stop Charging. Great. I pushed that. I stepped out of the vehicle and grasped the handle. Didn't budge. I pressed the button. Didn't budge but it did start charging again (light went green). I tried several times and several variations. Clearly I was screwing up and getting frustrated in the process. After awhile, I called support and they had me hold the fob close to the charge port and press the trunk key. Eventually, the handle released. I really don't know if what they said was correct but it worked and I was on my way. Suggestion: when I say Stop Charging, the Tesla should of course, Stop Charging. It should also unlock the chargeport and then remain unlocked and uncharging. That way I can step out, unplug and go. If I really want to restart charging then I'd have to unplug and plug in again, or maybe hit a Restart Charging button. But I should't have to do anything (indeed I shouldn't be able to do anything) from the handle except plugin and unplug. As with J1772, the button on the handle is entirely unnecessary. Start Charging: open chargeport and plugin End Charging: press Stop Charging button and unplug This is so simple that basically, even I can't screw it up. It is what I'd call The Right Way Of Doing Things.