I was surfing the net yesterday and found this: http://www.rolecserv.com/power-solutions/product/StreetServ. It's a heavy-duty, hard-wearing street post designed to offer EV electrical connections in a safe environment, with complete protection from the elements. It's got a lockable hinged door that provides access to the electrical connections inside. The electrics for this device are for the UK and Europe and not set up for the US or the Tesla, but the concept inspired some thinking. What if I could get one of these things without the UK electrics then mount the Universal Connector or even the HPWC inside (provided the interior diameter is large enough). So I've emailed the manufacturer about doing this. Then I thought some more. Having already created an curbside charging station for my Volt and soon-to-arrive-in-April Model S (http://www.teslamotorsclub.com/showthread.php/8981-New-Tesla-S-and-Chevy-Volt-Outdoor-Curbside-Level-2-Charging-Station), what if I used the same concept with larger diameter PVC pipe that could hold the universal connector or HPWC inside, along with the cable? That way I could lock it all away both when charging and not in use. And what if I made it with a hinged, lockable door, like the StreetServe charger? There is PVC pipe large enough (8" and 10" diameter). So I've made a decision: if the StreetServ folks won't sell me their device without the electrics inside I'll just make my own out of PVC and have it ready for delivery of my S in April/May. I'll start with one for the Universal Connector with the ultimate goal of building one for the HPWC.