If this has been asked before, it's buried and hard to find. If I charge in Range and then drive in Standard, am I getting the full battery use? You see, I tried this last Sunday. I had charged overnight in Standard. That morning, not knowing just how far I was going to drive, I put it in Range and continued the charge for a bit. It didn't "fill up." Then I switched to Standard and started driving. I recall seeing more miles available. But, I noticed the "Regen" light flashing during what would have been normal regen times. The car still slowed down noticeably. It ceased flashing fairly quickly. I had thought that even in Standard mode the car would regen to charge the battery as long as it wasn't completely totally full. Was the regen flash warning me that it was there, or just close, or something else? Is this a non-optimal thing to do? From reading Tesla's old blog post on battery life, Range charge tops out at 97%, Standard at 90%. I probably went to 94% at most. That seemed like a decent thing to do in terms of ensuring I had more ranged but not paying the full battery life penalty of going to a complete Range charge. Comments anyone on what I experienced?