Hi everyone, I hope you are well. I am now the happy owner of a Surface Pro 3 - I ran the Windows battery report today out of being curious more than anything after coming across it while reading my tech websites. I had it plugged in to charge for a few hours before first use and notice the following on the report: State: Active Source AC This is what shows for the entire duration of it being plugged into charge with the exception of one instance that reads: State: Suspended Source: Blank - AC nor Battery is listed here I noticed the light on the charger go out for a few second. This when I lifted the Surface to move it one foot. If I maybe accidentally lifted the charger at all, just unseat it a bit could this be where the suspended state is listed because the Surface was not turned on nor plugged in at that time? I saw other example reports online and see this showing up in theirs too. In most cases many more times than mine. I did notice the charging light go out once for maybe a couple seconds when I happened to be looking at the unit when it was charging. I am just curious on what exactly "suspended" means and how it would go into that state while plugged in charging and not on or being used. I uploaded a photo. I did after charging it go through initial setup and download all the new updates, maybe this was a known issue that these days will fix. Or, is this not an issue at all and normal?