I have had the Clarity for a little over 3 1/2 years now. It has been charged 637 times (full and partial). The vehicle has been (and continues to be) completely trouble free. The charging port has never been touched by any EVSE other than the home setup with a L2 JuiceBox 32 Pro (and a couple times with the OEM EVSE right after purchase). But - Now I am seeing something very weird. The Juicebox 32 Pro is a smart EVSE with WiFi and it logs charging energy. Here is a normal charge cycle: This plot shows a cycle which is nearly a full charge (~12 kWh) over a ~2 hour period. The top curve is the input power (right axis) which runs at a very steady 7.2 kW. The bottom curve shows the accumulated input energy (kWh) which increases linearly until the charge is complete. During the final 10 minutes or-so, the input power tapers down slowly (we have postulated this is cell balancing). I normally do not pay much attention to this, but two times recently, charging abruptly stopped for around 2 minutes, then started up again with no intervention on my part. When I saw this, I looked back at the charge logs and found some very odd looking curves (which seem to be getting worse). Here is a charge cycle from yesterday: Note, this charge shows some pretty severe 'chattering'. The input power starts at the normal 7.2 kW, but then it steps down to 6.7 kW, then promptly begins 'chattering' between 6.7 and 5.9 kW. About half way through the charge, it abruptly terminates and re-starts a couple minutes later. After re-starting, the charge continues to 'chatter' and eventually completes. I did nothing to re-start the charge, it all just happened on it's own. The total input for this cycle was 13 kWh which is quite normal for a full charge. While this was happening, I was watching the line input (reported by the JuiceBox) and it was very steady at 245V the entire time. Just to get a better feel for this, I looked back through the JuiceBox logs. In the last 6 months, I have charged a total of 70 times. Prior to 5/29/22 (59 charges) they all looked 'normal' except for 2 of them (1/29 and 2/15). Since 5/29 (11 charges) they all looked bad (except for one of them). This seems to indicate that this is getting worse. Once again, I have seen no ill-effects with the operation of the vehicle. I would not have even known about this without having the smart charger logs to review, and being suspicious because of the two recent 'dropouts'. My opinion is that this is not an EVSE issue. The EVSE just applies the line voltage, and the vehicle controls the current that is used. The fact that the line voltage was solid makes me suspect that the Clarity is chattering / varying the current drawn. Is there anyone out there with a smart chager who can look back through their logs to see if this is happening to them?