Maybe this was addressed elsewhere - if so I'm sorry. So since I've owned my Tesla the conventional wisdom is that we should not charge to 100% on a regular basis because that can cause harm to the battery. Also the common claim is that leaving the battery in a 100% state of charge is the issue not so much charging to 100% itself. If the new 60 is just a software limited version of the 75 battery then would the charge limit apply to the 60? The claim is that the 75 has roughly 19% more range/capacity than the 60. Sooo that would imply that charging the 60 to 100% all the time is perfectly fine. And if that's the case, the range difference is less (60 at 100% gets 218 miles and a 75 at 90% might be 233). Basically my question is why can't you charge the 60D to 100% every day if the real issue with doing that is maxing the battery capacity which you would know you weren't doing??