I'm curious... With Tesla offering short (2-year) leases for Model S & Model X, what's to stop someone from leasing a Model S or Model X and charging to 100% every day regardless of long-term damage to the pack? Is there any language in the lease agreement that prohibits this? If not, this could be an interesting way for drivers of leased Tesla vehicles to address range anxiety. However, if no restrictions exist... people who are considering purchasing a returned Tesla short-term lease vehicle in the future should insist to see the statistics for full charge cycles before purchasing, as I suspect this could be just as important (if not more so) than mileage or cosmetic condition. Thoughts?