I plan on reserving a Model 3 on April 1st and I've started thinking about all the secondary stuff I need to take care of when I finally switch from an ICE to an EV. The big question for me right now is what kind of home charger to get? I know I have four options: 1. Plug into a 120v outlet (useless for day to day charging) 2. Plug into a 240v outlet (less expensive install than a wall-charger, but incompatible with most other EVs out there since not all of them support 240v charging) 3. Get a Tesla wall charger (looks slick and can go up to 80 amps, but incompatible with any other brand of EV, and costs $750 on top of the wiring work) 4. Get a 3rd party EV charger and use the J1772 adapter for the Tesla (would be compatible all around but may not be as good looking or reliable as the Tesla charger) So, question to you all (especially those who have already paid for wiring), which option would be the best for me if I potentially may need to charge other EVs besides the Model 3 in the future? Or should I just go for the most cost-effective option for my Model 3 and cross the other bridges only if I come to them? Thanks!