Correct me if I'm wrong but.......
I thought that EV Batteries like to be at the almost "fully discharged" point before being recharged, in order to get more life cycles and performance from the battery?
That's not the way they work. Ideally, you keep a battery between 40% and 90% while it's just sitting. There's no problem charging to 100%, but best practice would be to charge from 90% to 100% just before you leave on your trip. The car can handle that for you, you just put it in the schedule. On the low end, ideally you don't let it sit at below 20%. The battery isn't going to fail if you do, but will degrade over time. If you want your battery to last 200,000 miles or more best practice is to plug it in when you get home and let the battery management system handle the rest. I keep mine maxed out at 75% at home because that's more than I'm going to drive in a day. (That's about 225 miles of range.) If I'm going on a trip, I'll tell the car to top off by the time I plan to leave. On a daily basis no thought required, just plug it in when you get home for the day.