(Thanks linuxpenguin for previous answers!) Hi. For two+ months I have been observing my Enginer kit, ScanGauge, etc. (Source of great interest and fun!) And with the Enginer Kit OFF and observing the max and average voltage the Prius works to maintain on its own. According to my ScanGaugeII my 3000W converter has a (absolute and total) MAX voltage of 238v, and this is only after "charging" the NiMH bettery with the Start button "On" for lets say ~ 30 minutes, and the AMPs are something like 0.5 (less than 1). Is there a POT to adjust the voltage a wee bit higher? Just by inspection it seems that putting out a bit more power (amps and volts) say a full 240 or I'd like to experiment with 242 volts for example. 2nd Question: I'm sure most all of you have considered running two (5000W) converters. What seems like a good idea to me is to run one at the factory 240v, and the second 5000W converter at say 220v. What seems cool about this setup is that "mostly all" of the time if there is NO EV mode and minimal amps delivered to the traction motor, then only 1 converter would be doing anything. But if in EV mode and lots of amps going to the traction motor and the voltage drops below 220v as we all see frequently, then more of the power consumed by the traction motor would be coming from the Enginer Kit. If this worked, do you think 6KW of batteries would be sufficient, or is there the expectation that 8KW would be needed? Thanks!