I'm confused about where to bond the neutral to the ground in a couple scenarios. The code appears to allow the bond to be done either at the transformer, or at the first disconnecting means. That means one or the other and not both doesn't it? What if you have a padmount Xfmr, a typical meter, and then a main panelboard? I believe the utility always bonds at the xfmr, but isn't it a requirement to bond at the meter too? And don't most contractors bond at the main panelboard? My understanding was that you only want neutral and ground bonded at one spot. What if you have a pole mount xfmr, a meter with disconnect, and then a main panelboard several hundred feet away? If there is no bond on the polemount xfmr, then would I bond at the meter and at the distant main panelboard? Perhaps there is simply a difference here between what should be done ideally, and what is done in reality! Can someone simplify this for me? Thanks!