Another Panel/Circuit Question. We just got our 90D VIN early this week and are prepping for home charging. I am certainly going to engage a qualified electrician to do this, but I like to be educated first.. Here's our Panel setup (after having to re-trace (and re-label) mostly everything due to the horrendous documentation by previous owner/electricians). - 200Amp to Main Panel. Two-Sub Panels (and a 'Sub sub'.) - Main Panel (200Amp in / 30 Slot): Dual 70Amp to Sub-A, Dual 60Amp to Sub-B, Dual 70Amp to 2 AC Units, Dual 30Amp to Clothes Dryer, Dual 40Amp to Wall Oven, Dual 25Amp to 3rd AC. 2 x single 20Amp, 10 x Dual 15Amp. One open single 'slot'. Yeah it seems pretty full. - Sub-A (70Amp in / 12 Slot): 5 x dual 20Amp, 7 Open Slots - Sub-B (60Amp in / 12 Slot): 60Amp Dual to Pool Equipment Box + 2 x 20Amp, 6 x 15Amp, 2 open slots. - Pool Equipment Box: (60Amp in / 8 Slot) 1 x Quad? 20Amp, 2 x Dual 20Amp, 2 x single 20Amp driving: Jandy CPU/Controller, 2HP Main pump (single speed, going to go to variable...but will still be 2hp), 3/4HP Water Feature Pump, Cleaner Boost Pump (not sure what HP). I haven't done the math on what all this really draws. (An aside question I have is why the Sub-B is only on a 60Amp when it has it's own 60Amp 'sub' to the pool equipment box and the additional circuits. That doesn't make any sense to me. Especially when there is a 70Amp sub with a lighter load. But I'm certainly no expert. Can anyone weigh in for me what the best path would be here. For the foreseeable future a single 14-50 (or equivalently setup HPWC) would be fine for me. My commute is short (and we have J1772s at the office). Any road trips I would supercharge or use CHAdeMO. We may likely end up with a second EV in the future but not for now. Thoughts? I'd love to have some education (and options) before I call the electrician and pay an ignorance tax. Btw, I'd love (I think) to be able to have a second dedicated main on an EV night rate plan...but that may be intrusive/expensive to get done...and it doesn't seem popular/possible with Georgia Power. For now just focused on getting the 50Amps run to the garage for a 14-50 or WPWC. If I can get more out there (for future use), great. Thanks very much! Photos attached if it helps.