I've got a P85D ordered and am beginning the process of looking into having an HPWC installed. I'd like to put it on a fairly thin wall between the two doors of my two car garage. The issue is that there is only 20.5 inches of space between the rails the garage doors travel on, and I am wondering if the coiled charger cord will fit in that area either coiled completely naturally, or compressed into a bit of an oval. And if it would need to be compressed into a bit of an oval, is that bad for the cord? Is the cord maleable enough to be compressed that way? Hanging naturally, what is the diameter of the loop? Here is a picture of the wall charger from Tesla's site that makes me think my area is not large enough: http://www.teslamotors.com/sites/all/themes/tesla/modelscharging/images/hero_charging_w.jpg? But the picture above is just an artist's rendition. Here is a picture of the replacement wall connector cable organizer that makes the space requirement look a lot smaller, at least to me: http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0001/5660/products/WallHook5_1024x1024.jpg?v=1373918484 To those of you that own a wall charger, which picture looks more accurate? If I can't install the wall charger in this location, at the back of the garage, I'd need to install it at the front of the garage, which would not be nearly as convenient. Thanks for any assistance.