Haven't seen anything on this so posting a new thread. Feel free to merge if it's been covered before... As I was driving my Roadster today I got to thinking about the multiple driving/charging modes (Standard, Performance, Range, Storage) and wonder if they're going to simplify it for Model S? I view the Roadster as a nerd/enthusiast car and I actually like all the options and complicated nature of it (though I wish Performance came after Standard as I hate having to cycle through when a bike or sports car pulls up alongside) - I like that Tesla gives me the freedom to make my own decisions about how to use everything. But as Model S will be my wife's car it needs to be simple - she's not going to want to have to push a button to get peak performance. As I think more about it I would just like them to do away with Performance mode and just have Standard, Range, and Storage with full power output available in Standard. So 2 driving modes and 3 charging modes - I can see a reason for each of those. Anyone heard anything from Tesla about this or have thoughts?