I do think its important that Tesla continue to address charging safety, and despite the growing pains of automatic charge throttling, UMC charger recalls, etc, I think it's becoming more and more critical that the Model S has a way to notify the user of any changes in charging (voltage reduction, charge complete, charger disconnected, charging stopped, error codes, overheating detection etc). While users can check in on the car via the mobile apps, this is hardly practical. I think we should actively petition Telsa to add this feature to MS. Since the car may not have an SMS plan, the software could very easily be configured to email the user when any change in the car is detected (this could also include car alarm, door opened etc, but charging status is the most critical). I'd like the car to have at least 2 or more addresses to email to. That way, you can configure the email to go to your cell phone's email to SMS gateway (eg [email protected]) plus your own email account as a backup (I've found SMS gateways occasionally be slow or unreliable). Right now, I'm using visibletesla's email notification feature to emulate this but really this functionality should be native to the car.