Correct, this is something we can make more in-sync. The most confusing thing for folks is always today's moisture levels since it is a simulator, and isn't necessarily using the data we use 1 hour before the flex schedule is supposed to run, hopefully using the most up-to-date, real time weather data.
We are literally re-building large parts of our cloud infrastructure systems from the ground-up to accommodate things like doing predictions, skips, etc. up to 24 hours in advance for flex, fixed, etc. schedules. Over time these systems will continue to evolve, become more intuitive, and eventually be running large government facilities. Well that last part probably is not true, but you get what I mean. Our development team size is definitely moving in the right direction