Hi All, I know this topic has perhaps been beaten to death, but after going through numerous post, I am a little unclear on the final verdict. Majority of the folks here believe that the battery is being top limited. This is based on two facts - supercharging speed does not taper off till 100% and many Tesla service technicians mentioning that it is OK to charge to 100% without degradation. However, there's a reputable engineer in this forum that thinks it's actually not the case and to truly confirm, we need to look for the logs of the car to see what the individual cell voltage is when a 2016 Model S 60 is fully charged. [see forum title - "Some exciting observations about the new Model S60 (software limited 75 kWh)"] Can someone who's technically sound, comment on this? Do we really know if the battery is top or bottom limited.