I'm 12 months and 17,000 miles into my ownership with an 85kWh 'A' pack. Was originally 100% charging to 269. After completing my second 2,000 mile road trip yesterday, my most recent 100% charge is now 250 miles--on a 30A charger in Asheville, NC. I took a snap of my energy meter at the end of the Asheville to Burlington leg to determine my usable energy. Kind of like usable fuel in an aircraft. My preferred limit is 10 miles rated remaining. Ignore the Wh/mi efficiency, it was cold and rainy with a 10mph headwind. Assuming the energy calculation is accurate, I have 67.7kWh available of the total 85kWh (roughly 80%). My best case driving (no wind, dry pavement, 70F, 68mph over relatively flat ground) is 295 Wh/mile--this is based on my experience. That gives me 230 miles to work with under ideal conditions if I fully charge. Does anyone have a feel for whether the displayed energy usage is accurate?