I am getting to know my new-to-me 2008 Roadster 1.5 #243. I am the second owner and the car was delivered to me in apparently pristine condition with only 854 miles driven by the original owner in over 6 years of ownership (vehicle birth date per the log was Feb 2009 and first owner took possession April 2009). I am interested in understanding the "historical significance" of the labels below on the PEM and battery, respectively. Does "Remanufactured" indicate that both the PEM and the battery are definitely not original? - i.e., could a new vehicle have come with these remanufactured components (seems unlikely) or does this mean that these major components were unquestionably replaced at one point for sure (seems likely)? Yet with only 854 miles of driving by the first owner, it seems a little surprising that it would have required a PEM and battery replacement. The car is thus far performing brilliantly (after 1 month and over 1000 miles of spirited driving since I took possession), and I might add that the battery capacity seems impressive - consistent perhaps with a newer battery, though the PIA study would indicate that the low miles should have given me a very well-preserved battery anyway). After a little conditioning per guidance from the extremely helpful posts on this forum, I am getting over 200 miles ideal range after a standard charge and 244 on the one range charge I did. In any event, I would like thoughts from the experts on the history of my vehicle given the "Remanufactured" labels on the PEM and battery. I should add that the Carfax report was squeaky clean and the inspection by Tesla in Burlingame found it to be in excellent mechanical condition.