So... what's the plan here? Tesla has a charger that is 72 amps. It is set to 48 amps and can be software set to 72 for some money. The simple fact is, it's the same hardware and thus same cost out the door. The new information that this 'option' has been removed has me curious. It's a software limitation. When the hardware leaves the factory, it cost Tesla (guessing) $3,000 for "either" option. So, I'm guessing here that this hardware, is on it's way out, and a newer, cheaper, 48 or 40 amp charger is and will be coming on all "non 100" models. 48 amp still doesn't make sense to me as the limiting factor is the NEMA outlet... Why else would you remove this? Putting it on just the 100s leaves it as a "high end only" option, to continue making the part. While a less expensive, non-software limited one makes it's way into the rest of the cars. Maybe not right away? Maybe once some of the post 5/1/17 cars make delivery someone could check their charger? Just a hunch, but you don't drop a profit center part unless you can make it cheaper. And... to be honest I don't see more than 20% of people doing the 48-->72 upgrade anyway... and even that feels high.