I've yet to take delivery of my MS (due in the next two weeks) and I had scheduled the installation of a NEMA 14-50 for next week. Tesla is still recommending a NEMA 14-50 outlet but I'm concerned about running it off of a 50AMP breaker and #6 wires as recommended if I plan on running it at the full 48 Amps. I know I can limit the car to a lower rate but it would be nice if it could use the full range. Question is, should I bump the breaker to 60 Amp and use bigger wires (#4 instead of #6)? Originally my electrician was going to use NM-B 6/3 which is rated at 55 Amp, but there's also #6 65 Amp THHN (multiple single wires). There's a good chance I'll eventually replace the NEMA with a HPWC, so again it would be nice to run it at the highest capacity for the new 48 Amp onboard charger. Thoughts?