Now available from http://www.teslaflux.com/ -- I am nearly finished writing my new Tesla Graphical Log Parser, or TeslaGLoP for short. This tool makes it much easier to review your logs. It has a graphical user interface instead of command line. It can display graphs for speed, SOC, voltage, current, torque, etc. It can also print the graphs, and export segments of interest to a CSV file. Huge thanks go out to Tom Saxton for his excellent document on the log format. Saved me a lot of time. I will be releasing the executable as freeware. It runs on Windows XP/Vista/7. A beta test version will be available shortly. Right now I'm finishing it up and doing some development testing. Before I release the beta, I would appreciate getting a few more logs to test with. I've got a couple from #919, but I'd like to test logs from at least several different cars, plus earlier (1.0/1.5) Roadsters, and hopefully some with many more miles on them (I'm only at 6,000 km). Maybe also a 2.5 just in case there's some undocumented differences.