Tesla have worked long and hard to develop a running platform which will carry the company through vehicle development for the next five to ten years. They are pushing new designs which increase the luggage space available in a particular vehicle class. Equally they have worked hard to reduce the perception of range anxiety by producing the 300 mile pack in time for the launch of Model S. There just remains the issue of compatible recharge connector anxiety. In other words - it is not the range of the battery pack which dictates the chosen route but the compatibility of tesla cars with the recharge connectors available en-route and at jouney's end. Essentially this poll is asking for your view about adaptor plugs/sockets - are you happy to carry them and use them? IMPORTANT: Let's assume that the Tesla Connector Socket will be MUCH better than the present Roadster connector - i.e. It will handle three-phase, single-phase and DC and that (as long as you buy the Tesla-approved ones) the adaptors will maintain the appropriate electrical capabilities safely. Which connector option(s) would you like to see on Model S (and possibly on future models). The Tesla Connector Socket only (plus a range of adaptors carried in the car) A more generic single-phase recharge socket alongside the Tesla Connector Socket (plus fewer adaptors) A more generic three-phase recharge socket alongside the Tesla Connector Socket (plus fewer adaptors) Both single-phase AND three-phase sockets AND the Tesla Connector (and hopefully a minimum number of adaptors) Please vote above. Thanks Finally, like range anxiety, is plug anxiety a lot of fuss over nothing and it is better to buy Tesla-branded adaptors for electrical safety/peace of mind? Obviously these will be more expensive than off-the-shelf/third party if Tesla designs and builds them to be lockable/theft and tamper-proof.