In preparation for getting my new M3 this weekend, I had wanted to get set up for charging at home. I’m renting so I didn’t really want to hardwire a Gen 3 WC, plus they’ve been on back order for awhile (until just recently). My landlord allowed me to put in a 60 amp circuit with a NEMA 14-50 outlet. I’ve seen here where some have used a WC with a NEMA 14-50 plug or pigtail, plugged into a 50 amp 14-50 outlet as I recall. Apparently that plug-in WC is no longer sold by Tesla. If I wire the Gen 3 WC with a NEMA 14-50 plug and plug into my existing 60 amp circuit, will I be able to pull 48 amps and get the maximal charge rate (I believe 42 mi/he?). Or will I be stuck at a lower max? I’d still like to get maximal charging rate with a gen 3 WC but be able to take it with me when I move.