I'm seriously considering purchasing a Tesla but given the realities of my living arrangements, my charging solution will, unfortunately, be a kludge. One component will be the use of a 120v outlet to maintain the battery during the week and hopefully gain a few miles of charge. My questions are: 1) What amperage does the Tesla pull when using a 110/120V outlet? Is there any configuration available (e.g. With our Volt, we can select 8 or 12 Amps)? 2) Is there a record kept that I can access online or via smartphone as to the history of my charging sessions on 110/120v? (e.g. Start time, stop time, kWhs pulled)? Is that data downloadable in a format like CSV? 3) If the Tesla is garaged in a relatively stable temperature setting of 50-70 degrees, how many mph can I safely assume the Tesla would add when using 110/120V charging? In other words, if I charge the Tesla on 110/120v for 8 hours, how much range would that add (I know there is some loss to the active battery management system and that is what I'm seeking to understand)? Thank you in advance.