I just returned from an eventful month away from home (and Roadster) on the other side of the country, and am reviewing footage from a camera I set up to monitor the VDS. The car was left on June 29th plugged into its 120V connector on "storage mode". Ideal range was 175 miles. Just 21 days later, it reached 25 miles and was continuing to drop at 2-3 miles per day. A family member was checking on the house weekly and fortunately noticed this. I overnighted our Model S connector that we took with us and instructed them on how to hook it up via the CAN-SR, just before it reached 20 miles. The 120V connector obviously failed. It was either a dud when I plugged it in, or a freak lightning strike on the house 1 week into our trip did it in. Found out about the lightning today, after arriving home to find our brick chimney scattered across the roof. Is this a normal discharge rate for a Roadster sitting in a garage? Outside temps were in the 90s. This was the first time I'd left it this long without charging. Also worth noting, it was plugged in via the functioning Model S connector on July 24th. The charge history on the VDS shows that it consumed 101kWh from then until today (8 days) when I unplugged it... seems excessive.