Hi all, I've been looking around for a permanent charger to install at my house to replace our existing NEMA 14-50 that we've been using for the last 6 months. Works great but because the car is parked outside it is a bit of a hassle get the Tesla UMC cable out of the car every time to charge and then coiling it back up when full of snow. I've been lately just leaving the cable at home plugged in which is much more convenient but not very ideal. Would love to have a fixed charger where I can coil up the cord and make it all look tidy. Looking at the different options I think I would like to get the new EV60 charger that Sun Country Highway has. https://suncountryhighway.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Sun_Country_Highway_EV60_Manual.pdf Just had a few questions that I thought some folks could help me with. 1. The spec sheets says can charge up to 48 amps, 11.5 kW. This is slightly higher than the 40 amps I get from the NEMA 14-50 which is great but I wanted to ask if folks think the Model S will take charge at the full 48 amps? 2. Does scheduled charging and other things like the new Smart preconditioning work with J1772 connectors. 3. For $999, I thought it was a pretty good deal. Thoughts, or other suggestions? I like the idea of having J1772 as it leaves the option for other vehicles to use the charger, incase we purchase a leaf or volt in the future. Thanks for your help.