I have six TB48 batteries that I purchased along with my Inspire 1 Pro X5, and then the TB47 battery that came with the Inspire itself. I charged all six of the TB48 batteries last week expecting to go on a couple of shoots this past weekend and this week; however, those shoots had to be canceled due to weather and other project delays and now it looks as though I won't be flying for a few days due to more weather moving in. The batteries have begun the self-discharge process (which I have set to begin at 10 days). It's looking like I will be able to fly this coming weekend; however, I'm nervous to do much with these batteries until they have completed their self-discharge process and I am able to recharge them myself. Has anybody tried stopping the self-discharging process, topping them off (depending no how far into the process they are) and using them? If so, how did you do it and how did it work out? I truly wish the Inspire Battery Hub had the option to do a full discharge/recharge and a storage charge - that'd be incredibly useful and would likely help us keep these batteries as healthy as possible for as long as possible. I'm open to all thoughts and suggestions. As of right now, I'm inclined to let all of the batteries sit until Saturday or so and then do a full recharge on them - it's looking like I'll be flying early this coming Sunday. Cheers.