Thanks for all the responses to my earlier post on getting a charger for my condo. I've called 5 electricians and only got 1 quote so for for $4500 (- $750 state rebate). Okay, that seems like a super steep price to pay up front. I actually don't drive very much. Probably about 500 miles per month. I plan on getting a Model S 60 which for city driving should last me (correct me if I'm wrong) about 280 miles (per Tesla website). I can park up to 4 hours per day at work with a 120 V/ 20 amp site at $0.49/kWh There are several chargers in town as well; 39-49 cents/kWh, some of which have an additional parking structure fee, though my grocery store does not (that is, I don't think I need to worry about parking structures). If I drive long distances, I have the Superchargers on all highways going out of Portland. It seems feasible not to have a home charger. I see 2 issues. 1) Lack of convenience of charging nightly to full. That is, charging in the community seems like I'll have to wait long periods of time (unless at work). 2) Cost. Home charging is roughly 10 cents/kWh and in the community, it's 3-4x as much (essentially missing out on the cost savings of an electric car). My question is has anyone "gotten away without" a home charger, and what has their experience been? Thanks.