Why would that be odd? That would murder their ability to sell cars to the general public. They need to sell cars that people can use. They can't announce that. They have to give some balanced advice and recommendations of a product that people can actually practically USE, while also trying to discourage the worst cases that do cause the most damage. So they have that general recommendation for daily use of not going over 90% to try to prevent the most extreme worst charging behavior. But people do need to feel free to have enough range to drive with.I find it odd Tesla wouldn't give a warning if it harms long term health of the batteries to exceed 50%.