We are so used to all the options being spelled out for the car, it seems it’s not the case for the Tesla Energy side of the house. I’m working on a panel install contract with TE (14.8 kW, 47 315W panels (the black ones)) and I keep finding out about ‘interesting things’. I thought I’d list a couple here and see if there are others anyone has heard of. (BTW, the size of this system is because it’s an East/West roof system where the sun doesn’t hit all of it at the same time.). One SolarEdge inverter, because of the relatively low total output. More system design info, if anyone cares; I did wangle the whole design out of them, which is also not normal practice. First, the skirts you see in the marketing photos are indeed supposed to be installed on three sides. I’ve seen posts where people got them only on the bottom edge (and in one YouTube post). Second, when I asked about this (one edge? three? four?) and the answer came back days later (really, not an FAQ?), they said the skirt wasn’t to keep critters out from under the panels, which I’d heard was an issue. You don’t want birds, etc., nesting/getting stuck under there. They then said for $0.10 W they would add netting around the arrays to keep birds out (chicken wire? No idea.). So that’s $1,400. (I guess actual physical length is irrelevant.) So, now I wonder, what else don’t I know about that I/we might want. Be nice to have an option list like with the cars! Comments? Additions to the nice to have?