My first post here, please be gentle I currently live in garden apartments (separate buildings without dedicated parking or charging setups). While I will be planning primarily charging at work with a backup of multiple superchargers within 10-20 miles, I would like to have a backup-backup for home 'emergency' charging (at least until/if I can get management to install dedicated charging stations). After reviewing several places here and elsewhere online, it seems the recommendation would be to get a 10-gauge extension cord if I'm going to be using a 'normal' 3 prong grounded outlet (as 12/14 would be likely be too small for the 5-15 adapter). Anyone see any issues with the following from Amazon? (either 50ft or 100ft, measuring the distance today to confirm): Does anyone have any other, specific, product recommendations from personal experience? Cord - https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B0787G82GR/?coliid=I2B6SMSWPR1FA3 Cord protector (for where it passes over sidewalk) - https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B0741PRVTQ/?coliid=I1KPDW6QTL3RAA Additionally, this would also be an backup/emergency cable I could keep in the car when travelling. I've been debating this back and forth, but now with my Model 3 delivery imminent (6/2), I think it would be prudent to have it on hand.