Hi all! Long time reader, 1st time poster. Owned my clarity 7 months, 9500 miles. LOVE IT!! (of course many things need to be improved, hopefully via wireless updates). But in the meanwhile, I have several technical questions about power usage. I have a 40+ mile roundtrip commute in the DC area. Summer was no problem, but now I need to squeeze every mile I can in DC area winter. It occurred to me that I am cycling my battery (max fill to “empty” much more frequently than I should, and hopefully that wont rapidly diminish battery capacity). So, in an effort to be most efficient, I have several questions: Is the power gauge to battery drain linear? I have a hunch its not linear, and not quite logarithmic, but some weird mix. Further confused by the lack of numbers on the gauge. Does anyone know how much power the heater/seat warmer draws? is it constant? I found this for Tesla https://insideevs.com/energy-consumption-of-various-tesla-heating-features/ which is great! but not sure if the honda is the same (I feel like its way different). Based on this, most efficient heating would be seat warmer, followed by heater at low setting (what matters more, temp or fan speed?) I guessed this was like a home heater where the temperature doesn’t really matter, as the system is either on or off, but recently have convinced myself temperature does matter more, fan speed matters less?. I have a feeling that having the seat warmer/heater on while driving 60mph would drain the battery faster than seat warmer/heater on while stopped. Is that true? Any details/tips are appreciated. Thanks all!