Not planning on doing this but found it an interesting question. Currently own S60D (software locked 75) with unlimited supercharging. No plans to unlock the battery. If I were to buy a S100, and then decide to swap the batteries - and modify whatever suspension or structural components would be required, if any, for the S60 to accommodate the 100kw battery pack - what would happen? Specifically: 1. I assume the battery connectors / mount points / logistics are comparable across pack size and de minimus hardware changes on the car - upgraded suspension for example - are required. Is this correct or is one looking at a massive laundry list of sub components that need upgrading as well? 2.Would Tesla care? Guessing kinda sorta, but if they're booking another sale (100D in this case), I assume they care more about that then what an end user dose to his or her property. 3a. Since supercharging runs with the car and not the owner or battery (?), I assume my S60D-but-now-100D would still be enabled for free, unlimited supercharging? 3b. Likewise I also assume my 100D-but-now-60 will not be eligible for free, unlimited supercharging. 4. How would the 100D see the 75kw-but-software-limited-to-60kw battery? Guessing it should be 60kw? Perhaps better to ask if software limits on batteries follow the battery or the vehicle? 5. Any prior reports of someone doing this or something similar?