Something that has been on my mind when looking at EVs. Does anyone consider the reparability of battery packs in their decision making process? With Tesla charging 20K+ for replacement packs (even for minor repairs in some cases) simply because the reparability of those packs is difficult. After watching the 4680 videos on Munro live, the reparability of the new TMYs packs is basically 0. So after the warranty period runs out, you basically just hope nothing goes wrong with your battery. I don't know the statistics on how often batteries fail or require repairs, but owning an EV with that possibility does give me pause. Since I haven't owned an EV yet, I thought I would ask for other's opinions as well.