Hey guys. I am a licensed electrician. I have installed many Tesla outlets in garages and many EVSE's outdoors. But never a Tesla outlet outdoors. Normally when installing an EVSE outdoors if the customer chooses one with a plug factory installed I just install a metal RV outlet enclosure with in-use cover. This works well and is more rugged than a standard outdoor outlet style box. However, the Tesla charger has a very long right angle plug which sticks out pretty far, and would prevent the cover from closing. Not only would it allow rain in, but it might also cause it to fail inspection if the inspector wants to see it plugged in. So I was wondering if anyone here had an idea for an outdoor enclosure to house the NEMA 14-50 outlet while allowing the cover to close around the Tesla plug?