I've got a relatively new (picked up mid-June) Model S 70, and for the most part it's been running with no flaws. I've had two software updates since I picked it up, and just received a third one on Friday. Since then, I have been noticing strange behavior and I'm wondering how widespread this is: 1. After the update, my car used an extraordinary amount of battery power for about ten miles relative to what it normally uses. I took a picture of the graph where you'll see what my usage was before and after (the picture only shows a mile or two, but this continued for about ten). I reached my destination and turned off the car. When I started it back up, usage was back to normal. (Please ignore how dirty the screen is, it's sun glare making it look worse I swear!): 2. Sunday, when charging my car, I unplugged the charge cable and the charge door didn't automatically close. When I went to drive away I received a warning that the charge door was open and had to close it via touchscreen. 3. Yesterday, while driving home, I was unable to connect to LTE. I rebooted both screens but no luck. It looks like this was more widespread so we will assume this is conicidental timing but I will note that my symptom was different than others in that thread are reporting - people seem to be saying it showed LTE bars but couldn't download anything. Mine showed no LTE bars or LTE logo at all. Just the Bluetooth and Wifi ones. 4. Today, I had no autosteer on my way home from work. The car wasn't picking up lane lines, but was able to identify the vehicle in front of me in white. Attempting autosteer just displayed the message "Autosteer currently unavailable" (it wouldn't attempt to lock on to the car in front of me). It did identify car vs truck so I know the sensors were working in some capacity. I pulled off at a Supercharger, got out, came back, and it was working as expected. Perhaps these items are unrelated to the update, but I am suspicious of at least three of them. I'm also getting some rattling in my dash that hasn't been annoying enough to care but would be enough to have looked at if both of the above could be a problem. Is it possible that maybe the software update failed in some way? Or are these just normal everyday "quirks" that you all deal with from time to time, and I'm happening to get them all at once? OF course now that I am looking for problems I keep thinking I find more of them ("Is the GPS rendering slower than usual?") but that's probably all in my head.