I am thinking of trying a new strategy on recharging with the goal of being more gentle on the battery pack long term. I wanted to describe my strategy here and get the input of others. I recall reading that the voltage levels of the cells is as follows: Maximum for the cells = 4.2 volts Range Mode when fully charged = 4.15 volts Standard Mode when fully charged = 4.10 volts The best long term healthy percentage is about 50% and keeping the Tesla Roadster in Storage Mode. I typically drive less than 50 miles per day so I rarely get down to 50% on my battery pack. Normally between 75% and 100% for Standard Mode. I am normally operating between 140-192 Ideal Miles. The past two days after parking in my garage, I have set the car in Storage Mode each time. I no longer bother to recharge until I am below 100 ideal miles. When I do recharge, I don't take it up to full Standard at 190-192 ideal miles. I will stop around 150 ideal miles. The only time I plan to charge to full Standard is if I know my day will require it. It is easy enough to get that extra 40 miles into the car quickly. The goal will be to keep the battery pack mostly between 50% to 75% Standard. 90-150 ideal miles. I believe that this is a better long term strategy for maintaining the battery pack. Any thoughts?