Hi all, I've got my MS coming "by the end of Sept". I'm an engineer, and keen to tinker/maximize the convenience, efficiency and cost of charging. A few things I've been pondering: 1) If I get a time of use meter for my electric, my overnight charge rate is "fantastically" low (less than half daytime rate @ 0.19/kwh). I still have to figure out if it's economical, as my family stay home during the day, AC on fairly high, so the increase in daytime rate may offset the overnight decrease in cost.... From what I understand, you can't (yet) program the MS to be plugged in but not charge until a certain time of day. Is it workable to install a timer based/internet connected switch to control the power to the charger, or does the car get upset if it is plugged in with no power/power turns on and off regardless of the car's expectations? If not, I'd set something up where power turns on to the outlet after the rate goes down & also has the ability to be locally overridden by switch and also anywhere by internet connection. 2) I'm wondering if a small charge time with a partial fill on the car is at all frowned upon. Do I need to be cognizant of coming home, plugging in to charge, realizing I need to go out 20 minutes later, unplugging after only a small top up, running the errand, returning and plugging back in? 3) If #1 is OK, and the car is plugged in but has no power because the outlet is off, will it still recognize the plug and prevent the driver from ripping a (non powered) plug out of the wall/port? I'm assuming that if it's powered, the car will definitely alert the user... Or am I overthinking all of this? Thanks!