Hey all. I am relatively new to this forum. I tried looking for an answer to this question in the other posts but could not find anyone referring to what I asking about. Forgive me if I just missed it. The fact that it has not been discussed may mean that this is a silly question, but here goes: I have seen much discussion about RV site plugs when taking extended trips and how to most effectively use them. Many have rigged special plugs to increase draw and decrease charging time (particularly in the Roadster forums). One thing I have never seen discussed is trying to simultaneously draw off of 2 RV sites. I am picturing an adapter that splits one NEMA 14-50 plug into 2, and an extension cord to the second plug for situations where the sites are not terribly far apart. Is this worth discussing or just useless? I don't really recall how my physics 101 relates to these RV plugs in the real world, and I'm trying to figure out creative ways to minimize charge time on longer trips with my Model S when it arrives. For those interested, it is P912. Supposed to come in November but we will see. I do realize all the supercharger hype and am looking forward to them. I'm just thinking that although it is often nice to take a break and enjoy nature in the middle of nowhere from time to time, there are other times when you just need to get someplace fast. I would much rather do it on sunlight, or any percentage of something other than gasoline/oil. Thanks for any thoughts.