I'm finding something interesting when trying to START CHARGING from the iPhone App. Here is the scenario: The car is 30 RM below the DAILY LIMIT and I want to charge it to heat the battery. It's real cold. 10 degrees. So, the battery is real cold too. When I press the START CHARGING button on the app, the wheels spin and it tries, and then the screen re-appears with the START CHARGING button displayed again. At that point, the STOP CHARGING button should be appearing if the car is charging. So, it isn't charging. If I go out to the car and manually start the charging, once the battery gets up to temp and it starts charging, I can STOP it from the phone, and then START it from the phone. SO, my takeaway is that the app won't start charging the battery because it's too cold ... kind of defeats the purpose of having a remote charge option on the phone, when it's cold. The car is in my garage, with good Internet connectivity. It's plugged into a HPWC and I can pre-heat the cabin with the app. I've called Tesla and am waiting for their reply Your thoughts?