I have always had the Tesla wall connector since I bought my Model 3 over a year ago. I am now selling my house and have made the decision to leave the wall connector behind. I am renting an apartment for the next year, and it is new construction with a NEMA 14-50 outlet installed in the garage for EV charging. I am going to use the mobile connector with 14-50 adapter to charge for the next year. The NEMA outlet is installed as per code with the ground at the top. Of course this means the mobile connector will extend up from the outlet when in use. I need to install the cable organizer to secure the brick on the mobile connector. Is it okay to drill in the drywall directly above this NEMA outlet? I would assume the wiring going to the outlet would be secured to the stud beside the outlet, and recessed back from the sheetrock a bit. Am I overthinking this? Thanks for any helpful replies.