It's going to be another 4-5 weeks before I get my 2013 MS P85 CPO, so I'm weighing all of my options for home charging now. I've been doing a lot of reading on here and think I know what direction I'm gonna go in, but could still use some insight. So I'm not to keen on "electrical" lingo but I will describe my current setup at home and see what everyone thinks. I have an electrician coming to my house on Monday so I would like to give him as much info as possible. Here is a very quick graph of my garage, where I will be parking the car, where my main and sub panel in my garage are. I have also pointed out where my 14-30 dryer connection is just in case. Here is my main panel (notice the 220 breakers for the dryer connection that is not being used and the pool pumps): Here is the sub panel in the garage: The sub panel is in the corner of the garage: Here is the area between my garage doors: So my plan is to put a 14-50 plug on the wall in between the garage doors because as you can see from the quick drawing the Tesla will be parked reversed in so the access port will be close. I do plan on getting an HPWC within a year, once I get that I can just plug the HPWC directly into the 14-50, also once my wife's lease on her Infinity is up (3 years, just got it) we will be getting another EV. I will be asking the electrician to run wires from the sub panel in the garage up over the 2 car garage door and drop down in between the 2 doors, does this sound realistic? What info should I tell him? I was thinking about a 50 Amp breaker, is that right? Thanks!