For many on the forum, the Model X will be their second Tesla vehicle or they plan on purchasing another Tesla in the near future. Unfortunately, most homes aren't built to handle the excessive energy needs associated with charging multiple Tesla's and if possible, the cost associated for an upgraded service is not feasible. I currently have a Model X ordered and plan on purchasing the Model S & 3. I have a 200 AMP service from SCE, at 80% load the max I can pull is 160 AMPS. As you know, the AMPS can already be adjusted using the Tesla and other 3rd party apps. I have a Eagle Energy Gateway that reports my live energy usage and integrates with my Home Automation System: Wouldn't it be beneficial to integrate this with Tesla so AMPS can automatically be adjusted based on the available energy. For instance, I can put a 35 kWh limit so my Teslas' automatically lower the amperage and when one finished charging, the other can automatically amperage increase saving time. What do you think? Do you think we can develop this?