Watch out for unintended consequences folks... I just want to toss out the possibility that the charging behavior exhibited may be by intentional design in an attempt to better condition the battery. I know my Thinkpad laptop has an option to 1) maintain a full charge, or (what is allegedly better for the battery) 2) to set specific charge thresholds that the battery will fluctuate between. In other words, it is better for the overall longevity of the battery not to maintain a constantly full charge, but to rather charge to full, and then wait until it drops to a certain % and then charge again. There is no correct answer to this question, but I would challenge everyone to ask themselves: Would you rather have a system that keep a battery always topped off (in other words, had the extra 5-10% battery every day) but where the battery only lasted 3/4th as long, versus a system that we have now, but that resulted in a longer lifespan? If we HTC to modify this behavior, that may be the question we'll have to face.