Hello everyone I purchased a Model S 60D last week and when I tried to order a wall connector to charge it from the online store, I discovered that there would be an estimated wait of three months to get one. Since my car will be delivered much sooner than that, it does create a dilemma. I would rather not hire an electrician to install a NEMA outlet, because that gives you a slower charge rate, and a regular 110 outlet is much, much slower still. Frankly, I was surprised that Tesla would deliver cars without making sure they had enough of their preferred home charging hardware in stock. But, beyond that, it also made me wonder if this kind of problem is widespread. For example, what is the experience of Tesla owners who may need a part to repair a defect in their car? Is it often the case that one has to wait weeks or months because of this kind of shortage? I am concerned because the Tesla will be my only car. Any thoughts from experienced Tesla owners would be appreciated. Thank you!