I saw something curious this weekend when I enabled climate control (heat) remotely through the Blue Link app. It was pretty cold outside (high 30s) in the morning. After 15 mins, I got the message that the climate control was completed (I think that means it shut back off). And then a few minutes later I got a "charge complete" message. The battery was already full (not charging, max charge level set at 90%) prior to turning on climate control, so I thought that was a little weird. Question to the group -- does climate control take power from the battery only, and then the charge circuit charges the battery later as the SoC dropped because the heater took energy from the battery? I was hoping that the climate control would directly get its power from AC if the battery is full and not use the battery and then just recharge it.