Well here we go! I'd like to start out by saying I have been following tesla motors since 08, I was a junior in high school and tesla was featured in the local news paper. The article was about the tesla roadster, I fell completely in love with the car not for it's styling but because it was electric! Sure it was/is a great looking vehicle and yes it's super quick but I loved the fact that I no longer would have to purchase gasoline (not that I was purchasing gasoline at the time... But you get the point). And I especially loved the fact that I would be driving a car that emitted no harmful gasses into the air we breathe! (I love clean air.) Fast forward to 2015 and here I am, after 2 long years of hard work and saving up I can finally afford to purchase that electric car I've dreamt of for so long, what can stop me now? Well... I don't have a place to charge it- sort of. My current living situation only has a 110v outlet, no way of installing anything more than that. However not all is gloom and doom, here are my outside the home options. I go to the gym on a daily basis, spend about 1-1.5 hours there. While at the gym I have access to a public chargepoint station (free to use, paid parking)- This will be my main refueling option. I also live about 20 miles from a supercharger, now I understand that superchargers are meant for road trippers and believe me I would not want to continuously rely on superchargers for "fuel". Please don't think of me as "that guy" who is saving a few bucks charging at an sc, as that's not the case. However I do anticipate needing to use it a few times per month. I apologize in advance for any inconvenience. My commute to work comes to about 20 miles round trip. (No charging options at work as of right now) The gym is a 10 mile round trip On a typical day I will be losing 30 miles of range, which can be gained back while at the gym + home outlet For the not so typical days like weekends I may lose a bit more range. How much? I don't know, that's where the superchargers come in. Again... Sorry to those on a road trip Worst case scenario is I leave the car parked in the parking garage charging at the chargepoint and have lyft take me home. Then get a lyft back to the garage the next day. That's also an option, but a very last resort type of option. I have thought this through quite a few times, it will be a challenge at first but I think I will adapt. What do you guys/gals think? Those who are like me with limited charging access. I've been told by quite a few people that the hassle is not worth it, well maybe to them, I for one am willing to do a little planning ahead in order to drive such an amazing car. And besides, the alternative to the model s is an m5... And I'm not talking about the newer v8 model- I'm talking about the v10 bad boy! Now the only thing left to decide is the color, red or black? I keep changing my mind on a daily basis depending on which color I see first in the morning.