Guys, I'm a bit (very!) confused about the charging installation process. Can someone help educate a total luddite? The FACTS - have a P90D being manufactured in Fremont - expect delivery in 7-10 days - car has a single charger. I typically drive from 20-100 miles per day and rarely do long road trips. I am thinking of installing the regular NEMA 14-50 mobile connector as i'll never get the benefit of the HPWC and won't really need to buy another connector. Would welcome comments on that. However, where i'm most confused is the process: 1) I spoke to my local electrician (who has a day job wiring high end homes but does this kind of thing on his own on the weekends) and an electrician recommended by Tesla. Apparently i need a 40/50amp double breaker for my fuse panel since there is no space. The 40amp will power my AC unit, the 50amp will be for the tesla. The tesla recommended electrician will charge about $1200. The local guy will charge $125 ph and thinks its 5 hours max. 2) I then spoke to LADWP, my local utility. They said i need to do a few things: - file an EV service request form - call the local rep to see if there are any service modifications required - choose between a Time of Use (TOU) meter or a flat discounted rate - get a permit from LADBS - get an inspection so i can get the $750 rebate. Am i missing anything? Any advice for me here? Does the cost make sense? Do you recommend the TOU meter? thanks all...this stuff is so confusing to me. i'm just not a science guy!