Not really an "energy" question but one that pertains to all S, X, and 3. So with my Model 3 I can schedule a start of a charge based on time of day, but terminate a charged based only on charge percentage achieved, not time of day. The reason I want to managed based on time is that I'm on a TOU (time-of-use) rate with my utility. During off-peak hours, my provider charges a rate which is less than half as much as the standard residential rate, but a rate which is about twice as much as the standard residential rate during peak hours. (Incidentally, during the Summer, my provider defines peak as 10am to 8pm). So, the ability to charge only during off-peak hours is hugely valuable to me. I have asked Tesla to incorporate this into firmware, though I'm not holding my breath. I can manage it via the Tesla API, though, and thought I might just run a crontab (*nix) from my home desktop to toggle it - then I wondered if it would be useful to anyone else. Is anyone else on a TOU electricity plan here? And, if I was to build a WebApp where you could manage charging based on time of day, would you use it?