Hi folks, I've been an 85D owner for a bit over a year, and am consistently blown away by the substantive updates Tesla Motors continues to push out. I've been thinking about various optimizations and convenience features that they could include after being inspired by the now fully automatic Homelink since taking delivery of my car. One feature that I wonder about is Supercharger behavior. I alternate between limiting my charge to ~155 miles of range and ~200 miles of range depending on the amount of city driving I may be doing, but that got me thinking; I very occasionally use a nearby Supercharger for a quick bump if needed, and as far as I recall, it only charges up to the limit you've set. Considering that we don't directly pay for Supercharger energy, and the scheduling/limiting controls on the display are disabled when using a supercharger, should it respect your set charging range? My current opinion is: A Supercharger should always charge up to full 90% "Daily" range, but up to 100% if set. Put another way, it should never charge lower than 90%, but should charge up to 100%. Do any of you have a reason for why you'd want the Supercharger to respect your set charge limit?