I've been taking the metro bus to work for about 8 months now so I haven't been putting the miles on my Roadster since I no longer need it for my daily driver. I now ride my electric skateboard to/from the bus metro which is about 5 or so miles away, then ride the bus 30+ miles over to the city where my work resides. Then skate a couple of mile, just for the fun carving part. Its the best way to commute, I now get 1.5 hours or more back to my daily life and the bus has WIFI so lots of learning potential for new ideas/hobbies/etc. Anyways, I've been keeping my Roadster's SOC at about 50-65% and always put the battery as the #1 priority to extend its usable life. One thing about not driving the Roadster is that the vampire drain slowly consumes the charge, so I have to every 3 weeks to a month do a top off to bring the SOC where I like it. Also when I do take the Roadster out for a drive I do need to balance the pack to get the best performance and capacity if I require it. Temps are mild now, 40F at night and around 75 during the day so in all honesty there's no reason for the pump to kick on nor for the car to have to wake up for anything such as checks. So what I'm looking at doing is to disable the APS and shut the pack down at 60-65% SOC. Then when I need to use the Roadster say in a month or two, I can enable it and carry on with my normal charge and balancing process. This should keep me away from any vampire drain and since its not hot out, the battery should be fine not having the coolant circulated. It also doesn't get cold enough to warrant running the battery heater. This sounds like the best way to keep my Roadster due to the change in my work commute lifestyle.