Hello everybody; long-time lurker, first-time caller and all that. I'm starting to think seriously about putting in an order. I just got back from my second test drive. Unlike my first one a year ago, I could actually afford to buy one now, and it's tempting. I took the wife along on this one and she's definitely sold on it being a nice car, not entirely sold yet on it being worth the high price, but maybe. Anyway, I've done lots of research and I think I have a good idea what I'd want, but there are a few options where I'd like to get some input from existing owners and casual experts. First, in case it matters or anyone cares, I'm looking at an S85, no D, panoramic roof, tech package, third-row seats. I'm not a hard-core driver and we don't get much real winter here in Virginia, so I think AWD, while nifty, isn't necessary, and extra performance goodies are likewise unnecessary. It'll still be the fastest car I've had by a good margin. So, questions, in rough order of my uncertainty, most to least: 1. Dual chargers. I don't foresee taking advantage of these. My typical driving will be on the order of a dozen miles per day or less during the week, and occasional 100 mile trips on weekends. I imagine there will be occasional supercharger-powered road trips. 29MPH versus 58MPH charging on normal chargers doesn't seem too important. However, if I'm wrong and I do end up wishing I had them, it could end up being pretty annoying to only get half the rate of charge I could be getting if, say, I end up stuck off the supercharger network trying to get somewhere. Is there some scenario where I'm going to say to myself, "I sure wish I had spent the extra $1500," or am I safe with the single charger setup as I guess I probably would be? 2. Air suspension. I have no strong opinions on this, so I'm defaulting to the cheaper option. Kind of like the dual chargers question, are there unforeseen things that would make me regret that choice? 3. Subzero weather package. We don't get a whole lot of winter, but it does occasionally get coldish. If this option were any more expensive I'd probably ditch it without further thought, but at $750 it's right on the edge of clicking the button just to be safe. Thoughts? 4. HPWC versus mobile connector in the garage. I don't really have a suitable outlet available, but fortunately my breaker box is right where the charge port will sit anyway, so I imagine it would be cheap work. I could just put in a 240V outlet, but I'm thinking an HPWC would be nice just so the mobile connector can stay in the car at all times and I don't have to worry about it. Reasonable? I think that about covers it. Any insight on the above would be most appreciated. Hoping I can join your ranks soon!