Hi all, I managed to pick up an older Wayne 70 gas pump in pretty good condition: (Globe from the top was removed for transport.) I haven't gotten it unloaded to look at its innards yet, but am already thinking I could retrofit this with an HPWC or an OpenEVSE... I don't know if I'll ever do it, or if I'll get time, etc., but I want to collect some opinions and perhaps recommended sources of supplies. So, here are some questions I'm debating: 1. Tesla connector or J1772? Tesla is sleek and works without the adapter, but the bigger J1772 might be more like a classic gas nozzle... any particular connectors out there that are high-power and would fit the classic look? I need to see if the Tesla connector will store inside the existing nozzle well. 2. Innards: Tesla HPWC is nice and compact and more likely to fit in the body of the gas pump without significant modification. My goal would be 100% reversible - e.g., I'm considering using the NPT fittings on the pump to connect the power cable. An HPWC would be more expensive, but would have all the parts I'd need. I'd probably have to strip back the Tesla cable or splice it inside the pump with an additional piece of SEOOW. 3. Any other creative ideas? I'm trying to keep it simple so I ruled out an LCD screen that simulated the pump's computer in displaying price / kWh / price-per, etc. Basically, goal would be to light the pump and the rest pretty stock HPWC. But I'm open to other ideas. This may never happen but I think it might be a cool project.