I am in desperate need of some advice regarding charging options. I just got notified last week that my modelS is expected to be ready for pickup by this upcoming Friday...excited but caught a bit off guard as I really didnt expect to get the car so soon (my other excuse is that I've been preoccupied with my newborn)! Now I'm scrambling to get financing straightened out, but that's for another thread. So of course my garage is not yet equipped with a NEMA 14-50 outlet yet. I hope it would be an easy installation because I have a subpanel already in my garage. Turns out it is only rated for 40 amps. I only have some garage lighting and the sprinkler system currently drawing power from this panel. From what I've gathered in other forum threads, I could draw down the tesla charging down to 32 amps. Any idea how much charging in miles per hour do I get at 32 amps versus 40 amps?? I'm also considering getting a second meter installed to take advantage of the Southern California Edison electric car charging rates. However, this is a much bigger project because the main panel is quite a distance from the garage. Further complicating things is that I am considering getting solar panels installed to further bring down electricity costs. Should I forgo the 2nd meter and just go for solar panels (and install the NEMA 14-50 outlet that would be limited to 32 amps). Or should I go for the 2nd meter, at which I would get a new outlet directly installed with 50 amps of power??