Hi everyone, As I mentioned in a previous post, it's been tremendously helpful reading through this forum to finalize my EV selection. But as I dig deeper, I'm wondering about a few things that I'm sure some of you owners know or have experience with, and I haven't been able to find in the manual for the Kona or on here. 1. My workplace doesn't have any official charging posts (yet!), so if I get an EV, what would the best way to charge be? There is 3 Phase power in the building with outlets for 208 and 480V, as well as 120V single phase. Obviously I can run an extension cord into the building for 120V, but that's a really slow charge. It might make up the 50 mile commute I have in an 8-9 hour workday. But it wouldn't allow me to not charge at home and just charge at the office with a 100 mile roundtrip. What 240V level 2 charging solution (portable) do you guys recommend in this situation? 2. If I charge at 120V, can you still remotely turn on the pre-warm climate control in the car and not use any of the battery? Or is the 120V supply simply not enough for that? Would it still allow you to do that though? 3. For the Bluelink, what provider is used in the US? I live in rural NH, and I know that certain providers, such as T-Mobile and Sprint literally have no service at my house. Verizon is the best, and AT&T a close second. They should be able to pick up a signal at my house. Also, if I understand other posts correctly, the US BlueLink only connects through cellular, not Wifi, right? 4. Does anyone have any real-world experience with winter range in NH? Worst case, should I be concerned about driving 100 miles in one day (if I couldn't charge at work) with climate control on with, say, 0F outside? I'm sure these are all newbie questions. I just didn't find any clear answers to these on the forum.