Just had a phone call from Tesla, explaining that for the UK they are now including the type2-type2 charging cable with the car (previously £500 option), but no longer including the UMC. Their rationale is that nobody needs it for home charging due to the availability of the subsidised chargepoints on the government scheme (Chargemaster etc) which works out cheaper than getting a blue 32A socket installed, and if you were thinking of using the 13A adapter on the UMC to charge at friends/relatives, why not get Chargemaster to install a free 16A station there too? This was presented to me as "adding £700 value to your order" (£500 for the type2 cable, £200 for the parcel shelf which will be free even for those of us that confirmed while it was still £200). While I do agree with their logic and think this is the right thing for them to do, the "adding value to your order" is a bit rich - the cable must be cheaper than the UMC with all its internal electronics, contactors etc. What is the spare-parts price for an UMC elsewhere in Europe?). Luckily they called me just before I was going to order myself a type2 cable from elsewhere! Personally, I think I do still want to have an EVSE with a 13A plug to take on trips, but I don't think I will miss the other capabilities of the UMC. This way, I can find or build something dedicated to 13A which within the same weight/bulk as the UMC can have a much longer cable (not having to be rated at 32A) and not suffer the extra strain on the connection that the UMC with its adaptors suffers from: my thinking being that when you are forced to use 13A 'off the beaten track', the socket will often not be ideally located for charging, and I wasn't looking forward to using the UMC with a 13A extension lead.