So I'm one of the fabled apartment dwellers without a charger at home. Or at least I was until last week where we finally had four chargers installed in the parking garage, which makes me incredibly happy! After almost 8 months, this is a great relief. Because of this lack of home charging, I've almost never had the car to very low SOC or at 100%. I don't like having a near empty car parked at home with no charging, and filling to 100% while on the road is a lot of wasted time if you don't need it. So therefore the car has been sitting between 40 and 80% most of the time, with the exception of road trips where I've been to around 13% as the lowest SOC. This also means the my car actually displays the same range after almost 10.000 miles, which is nice, but also not very believable. It is my understanding, that the car will calibrate the range displayed/battery level when it does a full charge from very low SOC to full SOC. I would very much like to do this in order to get a more precise reading on battery level and possible degradation. But I am not completely sure on how low I need to run the car in order to do this calibration. Anybody with solid information on this? Thanks!