Had Tesla Energy out for a quote today on a solar system with powerwalls. We are just starting the process to get solar bids, and I was a bit disappointed their initial offer didn't seem very competitive. Issue number one was they called me, I didn't call them. Apparently when you buy a Tesla car, you get put on the "lead" list for TE, but whatever, we are actually in the market for solar right now with TWO Model S's so I scheduled the visit. Quote was for 4.27/watt on a 13kWh system (Yes, that is a huge system, I know). This is for the new Panasonic panels and a power optimizer inverter. That price does not include any powerwalls - we had them quote 4 for $25,500 with install. I like the Powerwall price - at least one other company was throwing around numbers of $11K for 1 with install, but that solar price is a killer. I am seeing initial quotes from other companies in the 3.20/watt price for Panasonic panels, so that is a significantly different price. I care about aesthetics, but maybe I don't care THAT much as the panels will be on the back of my house. Also - the Tesla rep (he said he was from the Tesla side vs SolarCity) said that net metering with SCE was done on a 1kWh to 1kWh basis. So if I generate 1kWh during Peak hours, I only get to take credit for 1kWh at night during Super Off-peak hours. I wanted to poll the other SCE customers here with solar and see if that is correct. It matters how I size my system if that is the case - I could get away with a smaller system if I got credited for the VALUE of that Peak 1kWh ($.45) that I could then spend at night on more than 1kWh at $.13. Any insights?