I just ordered my MS and am expecting delivery in mid-November. I live in a high rise condominium which recently allowed the residents to set up their own charging stations in their private parking spot. My parking spot is about 210 feet away from the main power source. I went on Tesla's website and set up time with two certified electricians in my area to give me quotes. Electrician A mentioned that since my parking spot is over 150 feet away from the power source, they'll need to use a different (more expensive) wire. He mentioned a "voltage cliff" would occur if they used the standard 6 gauge wire. He quoted me $4,300. Electrician B did not seemed bothered by the length at all and said that a 6 gauge wire will work just fine, and that a voltage cliff doesn't really happen until 500 feet. This electrician quoted me $2,500. I'm obviously inclined to go with Electrician B (purely based on the fact that he's quoting me 40% less), but it's hard for me to tell which electrician is right. I've done some research online, but I, admittingly, don't fully understand what I'm reading. Does anyone here have any insight on electrical wire length limitations and whether I will be doing any damage to the battery if the specs aren't right? Thanks in advance!