Sharp eyed observers might have noticed that the Tesla on-line store no longer sells the NEMA 10-30 dryer adapter (after dropping the 14-30 adapter in January 2015). I emailed Tesla about this and their response was that they will continue to sell the 10-30 via service centers, but not on-line. They also said they've stopped production of both the 10-30 and 14-30 adapters due to lack of interest. I find this mildly insane. All the on-line surveys I've conducted over the years (latest being in September 2015) shows that the dryer adapters are used by 1/4 of respondents. That's a lot of interest. Luckily, there are work arounds (you can make your own or buy adapters at EVSEadapters, or CordDepot), but the work arounds bypass a current limiting feature, and with now thousands of people having to rely on such adapters, human mistakes are going to be made, perhaps resulting in a dangerous situation. If anyone has contacts within Tesla, could you ask them what the heck they are thinking? The generic help email address folks don't know anything and don't care to escalate the issue. You might also ask them why in the world they brought out a NEMA 6-15 adapter, something no one was asking for and no one uses, again according to my surveys.