Over the last year or so, I've been keeping track of my daily commute metrics (consumption in Wh/mi and total kWh, distance, speed, ambient temps, etc.) which involved taking a photo of my trip meter at the end of each drive. I also do that for longer trips, but since those are variable lengths I have not noticed the below issue until I resumed work this week. In the past, meaning before the holiday break in late-December, I was able to take a snapshot (photo) of the trip meter with the same distance traveled every day of my commute. For example, 21.5 miles is always the same distance between home and work, so having the identical distance would give a more meaningful idea of the variance in consumption since it was based on the same road traveled. The trip meters all updated every 0.1 miles very consistently - they would sometimes skip a 0.1 increment, so 0.2 miles would be added after displaying 21.4 and end up at 21.6, but that was fairly rare (<5% of the time). However in the last couple of days, I've noticed that the trip meters "skip" a bunch more distance, making it very difficult for me to reproduce a consistent log of my commute. Just this morning, I saw the "Since Last Charge" jump 0.4 miles while the "Current Trip" didn't move at all and stayed at 21.2 miles. The "Trip Meter A" also jumped in increments between 0.4 and 0.5 miles, and not at the same time as the other two... It would be much easier to explain in a video, but has anyone else noticed this? I was on a conference call this morning so I couldn't take a video, but will try it this afternoon on my way home.