as for the Lightning, that's yet too early to gauge, as no new owners have yet to put much out about their 'home' charging, and various 120v and 240v options, if that's what your question is. It will also vary on whether you have the ER or SR battery pack, and even what 'amperage' your power supply is set for, or limited to.
A typical household exterior GFCI 20amp outlet is going to be the slowest, of course, although it actually can be your sole source for home charging if you don't really drive a lot every day, or you only travel a few days a week. With most cars and trucks sitting in driveways and garages most of every hour of every day, plugging in even a simple household outlet can serve as your home charging option.
Another option is the 20amp 240v outlet, which is not as common, but looks more like a 'standard' household outlet, although one of the prongs is horizontal. This is about your lowest amperage 240v option there is, but can provide about twice to three times the speed of the regular outlet, and uses the same basic wiring as a regular 20amp outlet - three wires. One wire serves as a hot wire rather than a neutral, which is not required. Easy.
The NEMA 14-50 outlet that everyone talks about is probably the next step up, although, yes, there are 30amp 240v outlet options, too, just not used too many places anymore, not even on your clothes dryer, as they've also all gone to 4-wire outlets now. The 14-50 is basically now your 'default' RV or CAMPER outlet, as seen at most campgrounds and rv resorts, along with the 'older' 30amp 120v outlets that many campers still use. The 14-50 is popular, uses 4 wires, including the Neutral wire for RVs and Campers, but can serve as the new main outlet for MANY uses today, including the majority of EVSE EV Chargers. While the Neutral wire is not needed for these, the OUTLET itself is the default outlet setup that so many have chosen to use, neutral or not. And, there are MANY MANY adapters and 'dogbones'(adapters) for using this 14-50 outlet. It's now also the default outlet for your electric OVEN/Stove and your electric Clothes Dryers, etc.
With this 14-50 outlet, you have up to 50amps of 240v power to make use of. Your EVSE, depending on the type and style, might use much less of that, or may come with the ability to 'dial up/down' the amperage that you want it to use.
So, trying to use 'others' experiences with their home charging is going to be all over the place. There is no 'single' home charging option, but, thankfully, MANY options, as NONE of us have the same needs, requirements, or logistics with 'where' and 'how' we live. Some have very few, like those who might reside in an apartment or condo where they can't control their charging at home. Others of us have practically ANYTHING we wish, and can decide to spend as little, or as much, as we'd like.
Me - I prefer the basic Ford Mobile Charger, at 30amps at 240v, as my regular everyday charger. No need for anything more, and, matter of fact, I could probably use my 20amp 240v outlet just as well, or even my exterior 20amp 120v outlet .... any of these will work. Fast? maybe not, but that's not always the end goal.