All, any of you out there charging your Model S consistently from a NEMA 10-30 (older dryer) outlet? How has it worked out? I'm in the process of moving house from a place that has 200A supply and a gas cooking range to a place that has 125A supply and an electric induction cooking range to boot so, there could be potential load concerns (although I can't imagine being up cooking at 3:00 am while the MS is charging ) I'll be taking the gas dryer with me so, that frees up the 10-30 outlet in the new place for charging my Model S. I'm thinking of holding off on upgrading the service panel (and PG&E's run to the house) and getting a 14-50 for some time till I figure out my new charging needs. I'll be a lot closer to work - 6 blocks away rather than 27 miles away - and I still have both J1772 and 110V charging options at work. So, the 5.8 kW charging rate from a 24A 10-30 may be good enough for me. I ordered the adapter from the Tesla online store just a couple of days ago and should be getting it soon. Please share your thoughts, concerns, experience regarding using a 10-30 outlet for the Model S. Also, from the pic and diagram from Tesla's charging page and the online shop, it appears that the L shaped pin slot of the 10-30 receptacle should be on top for the UMC to hang well; please confirm. Tesla Charging | Tesla Motors Shop Tesla Gear NEMA 10-30 Thanks in advance!