Even with all of it's faults, J1772 has become the current standard for level 2 EV charging. Virtually all public charging stations are J1772. Tesla has stated that the Model S will come with an adapter to allow it to use J1772, but I have not been able to find out many details about this. Does anyone by any chance have answers to the following questions about the Model S J1772 solution? I know Tesla has been pretty quiet on this, but maybe someone has heard something. 1. Does the adapter go from EVSE to Model S, or from EVSE to the Universal Mobile Charger and then into the Model S? Will we need to bring our entire charger along with us to use public stations, or just the adapter? 2. Does the adapter lock into the Model S to prevent it from walking away when left out at a public charging station? 3. What amperage will the adapter support. If you have dual chargers and are able to find one of the rare 75 amp J1772 chargers, will you be able to charge at 75 amps, or only at the standard 30 for J1772. What happens if you plug into one of the 15 amp Volts that EVSE's? I figured these questions are a long shot to have answered, but it was worth a try.