I think most of us are aware of batterygate, and chargegate, and the changes to Regen this season. My opinion or theory on this is Tesla was being too aggressive with battery performance for years and are making changes to reign this back in. Using that as a starting point there are a few lines of discussion I want to go down. Was this a surprise and they began to see data so surprising the felt a need to go back and change fleet parameters even on 7yo cars? Will the note about enhanced HV batter diagnostics in the latest update help them narrow down actual affected vehicles and allow the rest of us get capabilities the cars HAD back. WHEN Tesla lose the class action lawsuits will we get capabilities back and/or will the pack warranty be extended? I say that because if they were allowing abusive use of the pack and need decided they need to cap voltage, slow supercharging, raise Regen temps on the existing fleet. Then they see a big problem. Recall to repair or replace years worth of S/X packs is not particularly feasible. I think some combination of the enhanced diagnostics being used to identify actual issues and the warranty being extended on the pack to make up for lost capabilities. Now if we agree that it seems Tesla is admitting to abusive pack parameters in the past with this narrowing I think we need to ask if this was surprise data or if it was a willfull marketing decision and calculated risk for the past 7 years. Before the accusations start, I am not a short seller, I don't own any individual stocks Tesla or otherwise. Just the owner of a P85 for the last few years suddenly watching capabilities stripped away. These changes threaten my ability to enjoy road trips with the family in this car.