First, I just want to say how awesome these forums are! I've been reading up on Tesla and the Model S for months now, and I've gotten a ton of excellent information here. Thank you all! Here's my situation: - Been dying to own an EV for years - Love the Model S to death, and just so impressed with what Tesla has done - Live in an apartment complex which has a ChargePoint station installed (one J1772 and one 110V) - Station already used by a Volt owner regularly - Infrequent regular driving requirements (10-20 miles per week) - Frequent road trips (Boston to Montreal and back approximately once per month, about 350 miles each way) I felt like its finally all come together. I have the means to own the car, and I finally have a living arrangement that seems like it could be compatible. Tesla is making the Boston-Montreal trip more and more realistic, and I expect there will be enough superchargers installed that it will be worry-free this year. So, I just hit the order button. But, now that I've read the owners manual, I'm a little more apprehensive. The Model S owner's manual is crystal clear - leave the car plugged in. According to ChargePoint support, it won't be possible for me to keep an active session going once the car stops charging. So, while I will have a place to charge at home, I cannot really leave the car plugged in, as the manual urges me to do. So, I'm going to have the car parked for days at a time, frequently. And I'l be able to plug it in every day. But, I won't be able to leave it plugged in with guaranteed access to power. Will I run into any trouble with this charging arrangement?