With the weather getting warmer, I'm back at the point where I can typically get in the 270ish wh/mi range for my ~67.5 mile round trip commute. That's typically the energy usage at which my rated miles on the dash just about matches the actual miles traveled as ticked off on the odometer Today I pulled in to the driveway having averaged 272wh/mi for the day. Yet despite starting the day with 172 rated miles, and only travelling 67.4 miles, I ended up with 94 left. So I lost about 12 miles of range, despite my energy usage being at the "rated" level. It appears that the range is vampire loss when sitting. This is verified by the Trips tab in Visible Tesla: when I parked this morning I had 136 miles of range left... when I jumped back in ~8 hours later I had 124. That's a 12 miles in 8 hours... or 1.5 miles an hour. I have the Display energy savings set to on with "Always Connected" checked. I'm at firmware 6.2(101.36.2). This feels like a bit much for vampire loss to me. So as a sanity check with recent firmware versions... what kind of vampire losses are folks seeing?