Hey All, I had asked someone about how to have a few non-backed up loads (pool and ev charger) in a powerwall install and they gave me this picture, which is exactly what I'm looking for: Imgur Today my solar contractor upgraded the main panel. When I got home I saw this installed: Siemens 200 Amp 24-Space 42-Circuit Flush Mount Solar Ready Meter Load Center Combination-MC2442B1200EFV - The Home Depot From all my reading I didn't see an option for that panel to use any feed through lugs. (nor does it visibly seem like it can?) I'm not necessarily sure the installer made a mistake, however, I have a feeling they're going move all of the circuits out of this panel and over to a new sub behind the gateway. Then later in the installation process once we get the gateway and the rest of the powerwall gear install a 200A breaker in this panel to feed the gateway. However, if they use a 200A breaker in the main I can't add any additional loads due to NEC 705.12.d.2.3.c Which isn't what I want. After doing some more research it looks like this is more inline with what I'll need: Square D Homeline 200 Amp 8-Space 16-Circuit Outdoor Ring-Type Semi-Flush Mount Solar-Ready Main Breaker Plug-On Neutral CSED-SC816F200PF - The Home Depot It does advertise having feed through lugs, (and you can see them in the picture) it only has 8 spaces (perfect for my pool equipment and an EV charger). Before I bring this up to my installer I wanted to get a bit of feedback on some other installations to see if I'm misunderstanding something.