I just re-read the 300+ instructions/comments on the The home Tesla charging FAQ is located HERE. Great work. Thanks. But I am now cross eyed... My install is to an attached garage. Seems like the hang up is the simple 120 volt branch circuit . One guy said he could run 6,6,6-10 in a conduit for the 14-50, but he would have to run another pair of wires in that same conduit to supply the 120VAC socket. He would install a new 50 amp breaker in my main panel, and make that breaker a dual 50/20 amp to fit into the slot. No sub panel in my garage - just the 14-50 socket (and the 120 outlet). Another one said he could run 2,2,2,8 from a new 100 amp breaker to the garage sub panel and use 30 inches of NM from wall penetration at 18" to the panel at 48". He said if I asked for a HPWC, he could not install, but if I stated I only wanted a single 14-50 and 120 outlet, I'm good. is it true that adding a 120 v outlet from a 2,2,2,8 system causes a problem?