I've finally moved in to a house where I can get the HPWC installed. The electrician is set to come out this week to give me an estimate on the installation costs for this project. However, one thing could impact the total cost and that is whether or not I want to put in a breaker and wiring capable of delivering 48 amps to the car or a setup capable of putting in 72 amps. Personally, based on the normal amount of driving that I do on a daily basis (usually no more than 50 miles, I'm leaning towards just going with the 48 amp solution (and also that's the most my MS can use without upgrading anyway). However, I'm a bit torn due to the whole "future proofing" concept that is nagging at me a bit. I do have a 200 amp main service on a house that's relatively new so I doubt there would be any need to upgrade or update the panel or service entry wiring. But the wire that would need to be be run from the panel box would have to be upsized to handle the extra load and that I'm sure adds quite a bit to the overall cost of this project (since it's more 60 feet from the panel box to the garage). Any thoughts on this? I don't want to have any regrets down the road that I should have had the bigger wire pulled...but I don't see the need for it right now or in the near future (such as no immediate plans to have a 2nd electric car). Is there anything else I'm missing here that I should consider? Thanks.