I’ve read this thread pretty closely but I’m still unable to make sense of it. You seem to understand it, so can you explain what I’m missing? You allude to a couple things that I’m not quite sure what they mean: “bit on 3 data on CAN bus now padding real telemetry” - you mean the fact wk057 mentioned the energy buffer previously reported is now combined with nominal energy full pack and nominal energy remaining? If so, I’m not sure how this affects the discussion as it’s a comparison between two Tesla documents that don’t seem to match, not CAN bus data. “plugged in power for testing” - not sure about this one... “etc” - what else are we missing? Still waiting for an explanation from anyone on how Ben Sullins test was flawed, because my understanding of the kWh trip meter is likely wrong if that’s the case. wk057 even mentioned in one of his post that “there are a lot of outliers with the 100 after calibration (I've seen 100 packs calibrated to 103 kWh, as well as some at 96, both relatively new).” Is it unreasonable to think there’s some variation in the Model 3 packs as well which would explain the difference?