Has anyone experienced a scenario where you are hitting your CPU and GPU so hard that charging is suspended? I've noticed that when I was converting some video files Mac OS reported the machine had switched from charging to power adapter plugged in and not charging. Thinking I had one of the dreaded battery problems, I messed around with cables, ports etc to discovered it only did this when the CPU and GPU were maxed out. In some cases where many USB C devices were also plugged in, it had started to drain the battery as well. [I seem to remember some of the older MBP's also having this issue?] I noticed the CPU was pulling up to 37W and GPU up to about 33W. [I can only imagine how much more if you have SSD's, devices, USB key fobs and all that plugged in too]. It also seems when their is 'spare power' to charge, the charge time changes. To verify this, when the machine went back to 'normal operations' and finished exporting video , high speed charging was resumed. I'm starting to think that 87W adapter is simply not enough...considering USB C is rated to 100W. I did wonder if a dock would solve this by anything plugged in using its power supply and the adapter that comes with machine used solely for powering the machine. Any thoughts?