With props to all those that came before me, and wrote so much about charging options and methods... I am proud to announce that I have one of the most extensive 240V FrankenPlug collections in the community. (13 different outlets, if anyone is counting). Faced with a dearth of supercharger options to a upcoming VRBO, I am now shuddering at the thought of dealing with 120V charging in case of dire emergency (where "emergency" is defined as the circuit breaker panel is too far from the car to support the adapter and two extension cords and a jury-rigged outlet off the panel). To my horror, among the other connectors no longer on the website... now the TT-30 is gone, too! I was going to pipe all the 120V options up to that one! My local SC confirms it is no longer (and also, for those that care, I guess the CHAdeMO adapter is website only at the moment, too). I was at least an electrician in a former life, so I'm pretty confident I am not doing anything stupid... but for those less skilled (no offense meant) I could see how this could be a dangerous situation, with no other option than to build your own x 20 or so.! Anyone have any idea what Tesla was thinking in removing pretty much every useful adapter from their store?