I haven't done anything yet about wiring up my summer place in Maine, and I'm looking for some input. Facts: I have an 85kWh MS with single charger. The drive up from Boston is 180 miles. There is no other EV charging within an hour of my place; I live 10 miles off US Route 1. None of my friends currently drive an EV. We are likely to buy a Lit C-1 next year. I only have enough spare capacity on my electric service for a 60A breaker (or 50A). There is no garage. Option 1: NEMA 14-50 used with UMC Pros: enough for my purposes; cheap Cons: UMC will be plugged in/out a lot (or buy a dedicated UMC) and exposed to weather; can only charge EVs that bring their own NEMA 14-50 charging cords Option 2: Clipper Creek CC-60 (~$800 on EBay) Pros: Dedicated cord lets me keep UMC in the car; charging available for any EV Cons: higher cost; requires me to use J1772 adapter (and therefore no auto-opening of charge port) Option 3: HPWC (wired to 60A breaker) Pros: Best looking option; easy to use for MS Cons: highest cost option; no charging for visiting non-MS EVs Your thoughts?