Plain and simple: When the Evo is fully charged, it begins running off its battery until you plug it back in. It DOES NOT trickle charge whatsoever after it reaches 100%. When you're using your Evo on the charger, and it's showing full 100% charge, it is running off the battery, not the AC plug. And then when you unplug it, well, we all know what happens next. The battery meter drops insanely fast to the actual charge of the battery, which could be very low, depending on how long it's been sitting idle at 100% on your charger. So all those times you've charged your Evo overnight, only to take it to work the next day and be at 80% within an hour? Your Evo was running off its battery for what I'm guessing was most of the night. It takes my Evo about an hour to two hours to fully charge back to 100%. Let's say you put your Evo on the charger at 11PM, it'll reach full charge by 1AM at the latest, and then run off its battery until whenever you take it off the charger in the morning. Workarounds? 1) Turn your Evo off while it's charging. 2) If you must leave it on for an alarm clock, put it in airplane mode and end all CPU intensive tasks to minimize battery drain. 3) When you wake up, unplug it for 10-20 minutes (still experimenting with this number), and then plug it back in to top it off. Once it reaches 100%, take it off the charger, and go about your day. Try it out for yourself. When your Evo is 100% charged, take it off the charger immediately, and I highly doubt you will lose the 10%-15% within minutes. UPDATED 6-18-10 So to help prove my theory, I've plugged my Evo into a Kill A Watt, and charged it to 100%. For those who don't know what a Kill A Watt is, it's a device you plug into your wall, and then plug your electronics into it, and it will tell you exactly how much electricity they're drawing. Coupled with the Battery Indicator app, I took readings on how much electricity my Evo was drawing as it charged. I started charging at 78%, and it was drawing 0.08 amps until it reached 90%. At 90%, it began drawing less and less, until around 50%, at which point it was drawing only 0.04 amps. It stayed steady at 0.04 amps until it reached 100%. Soon after Battery Indicator was reporting a 100% charge, the Kill A Watt also reported a draw of 0.00. Meaning the Evo was not drawing any electricity whatsoever, indicating that it was in fact running off its battery. Even when I turned the screen on, maxed out the brightness, and ran Linpack, the Kill A Watt reported no electrical draw. I kept my Evo plugged in for 15 more minutes, all while Battery Indicator reported a 100% charge, however, the Kill A Watt remained at a dead 0.00 draw. This doesn't necessarily mean that the Evo doesn't trickle charge, but it does mean it runs off its battery once it reaches a 100% charge. I have a feeling once the battery drops to a certain percentage (although still displaying a 100% charge), it will draw electricity until it reaches 100% again. Still a bit more testing to do. Will be back with results.