Does anyone know if it matters when you remove the charging cable after the Model 3 has stopped charging? At home I charge with a Tesla wall connector that's on a 60amp / 235volt circuit. (Of course it only draws 48amps.) Is there any advantage to leaving the cable attached, or can it cause a problem. I'm sure many people who charge at night leave the cable connected until morning and this is not a problem. But is there some advantage to doing this? This may all be much ado about nothing, but I thought I'd ask.