Before I decided to buy my Model S, my biggest question was "How am I going to charge it?". This because I live in a 2nd floor condo with no garage and my parking spaces being on the opposite side of the parking lot from my condo's actual location. When my good friend, whose parking spaces are near my unit, promised to let me park there if I bought the car, I decided to just pull the trigger and worry about the other details later. When my Model S finally arrived, I ended up just using a long 120v heavy duty extension cord that I ran from my Lanai to my UMC and then to the car. I had inquired with my HOA about installing a real charger, but was told it would probably take 2 years just to find out if I would be allowed to, which obviously didn't work for me. Never intending to use the "trickle charge" method forever, I hired an electrician (also a friend) to install a NEMA 14-50 outlet on my Lanai, and also build me a custom 50 ft extension cord that could handle the power requirements. The following are pictures of my setup. I know several owners have unique charging setups, and this is one of them. :smile: When I'm not charging, I just have the extension cord coiled up under the Plumeria tree unplugged from power. I have never had a single complaint from any of my neighbors. In fact, most of them have complemented me on how awesome my car is. My advice to other condo owners who really want a Model S, and who can afford it: If you have any control over the situation at all, do what you need to do to make it work!