That's excellent to hear. Meanwhile, I manually disabled Connected Standby via the registry and haven't had any real problems with battery drain while Sleeping. I would say that a 6 hour Sleep session drains maybe 10% from keyboard battery during the few times I've tested long-term sleeping. I would imagine that the tablet battery would see than 10% drain in 6 hours (given that keyboard battery is about 50% capacity). A few times the tablet cut power to the SSD due to timeout and caused the machine to reboot, but I fixed that by setting the silly AHCI Power Management option to Adaptive HIPM/DIPM (default 100ms) and haven't had a single incident since. As well, I've found absolutely no major advantage to Connected Standby vs normal Standby. The only difference between the two is that I have to wait about 5 seconds after opening an Metro app or desktop application for it to update itself, whereas Connected Standby updates those open applications in the background while Sleeping. I would much prefer to have that extra 20-30% battery life saved and wait those 5 seconds than have no battery life left.