I was traveling when I got the news, so I hadn't reached out to our service center to set up an appointment. I just called and found out the update isn't actually available yet. It's expected in the next few weeks. I updated the first post on this thread to reflect that. - - - Updated - - - This choice means that any EV driver, mostly likely totally oblivious to this whole issue, can plug in and charge. Only twin-charger Model S owners have any need for the double-tap and if they don't know it, they still get charging at 90% of their maximum charge rate, and 2.3x what they would get at the vast majority of public charging stations. Defaulting the other way would mean that the Roadster and Leaf owners who don't spend the majority of their waking hours reading online forums would not be able to charge at all. I'm incredibly appreciative that the Clipper Creek folks came up with a brilliant solution to a problem that Tesla should have fixed years ago and that Nissan should never have had to begin with.