Ok so let me describe my particular situation: I live on a two house lot in Los Angeles in the back house specifically. I had a 240v outlet installed on our unit so whenever I charge my car I run a Camco 30' extension out to my driveway. It's a little bit of a process, opening the storage to get the extension, then running it safely out to the driveway. In the morning I wrap up the two cables and schlep them back into the storage. That being said, I charge my car when I hit around 50 rated miles, usually once a week. Yes I'd love to pull into the garage and plug it in every single day like many of you, but it's just not ideal for my particular situation. Now here's my question for you all. I chose to lease my Model S 70 mostly for the 2-3 year commitment, knowing how fast technology moves, etc...A range charge gets me about 240 miles, 90% is something like 215 miles. It is WAY more convenient to range charge since I'm only charging up once a week or so. Those extra 25 miles go a long way for me. Should I avoid the constant range charging? Or is a perk of leasing that I don't need to take into consideration the long term life of the car? Kind of an ethics question here. What would you all do?