Hope this isn't redundant - mods feel free to merge if it is. I looked at today's posts and did not see similar... Here's link to today's article in NYT business section on Tesla start in China (slowed due to lack of charging infrastructure and more difficult residential charging). Makes me curious whether the safety feature introduced in software that detects current fluctuations and reduces charge accordingly is part of issue - or is it just logistics of setting up NEMA 15-40? Would be curious to hear more Chinese owner views regarding this story. Hope Tesla conquers these hurdles... China should be a strong market!