I have a little knowledge, that makes me dangerous. I understand that it is better over the long term to charge your battery more slowly. I understand that it is better to keep your battery between some set points (maybe 30%-80%, depends on vehicle.) My TOU plans give me a 6 hour window for charging (midnight to 6AM.) The vehicle will drive 90 to 100 miles per day. The vehicle has a range of 208 miles. This implies charging every day at a rate of at least 90 / 6 = 15 miles per hour but to be safe 120 / 6 = 20 miles per hour. Looking at the ChargePoint Flex table leads me to a 30 to 40 amp circuit (probably 40.) Based on the information in the installation guide the charger can be configured to charge at a slower rate than the provided circuit. 1) Please correct my initial assumptions. 2) Is there a benefit to future proof the installation to provide a bigger circuit and throttle it down for normal use or is this just a waste of money? (for my fellow agile geeks YAGNI) 3) Is there a way, with the ChargePoint Flex (or other charger) to choose a higher rate for a specific charge and leave your scheduled charges at the lower rate? (Maybe you should just visit a public charging station?) 4) Specifically for the ChargePoint Flex, is it worthwhile (in your opinion) to set up WiFi in the garage just for the charger? Can you just use the car's hotspot and what are the downsides of that i.e. do I care about the charger when the car is not in the garage?