Howdy folks! I'm an Gen 1 Insight driver myself, and put together a plug-in charger for my car a little while ago (based on instruction from Mike Dabrowski at 99MPG.com), and I'm now helping out others by putting together kits while I'm currently unemployed. I made a new friend in the process who is interested in improving upon it, and also applying it to the Prius. So I'm wondering if someone has already done this, and if so, where can I find the information? The first thing I need to know is the maximum voltage expected from the battery. In my case, I have 120 1.2v NiMH batteries that generally provide at max of around 170v. By that math, your 168 1.2v NiMH batteries should produce a max around 235v. However, I'm a bit confused, because phev.org states that the maximum voltage is 302v, which is much higher! Would someone mind clearing that up for me? Maybe I'm missing a gap of knowledge in the technology differences. Next, could you guys please confirm that the best connection points are directly to the battery? On my car, we connect to a large precharge resistor that is before the positive terminal, but I see that the Enginer kit connects directly to your HV battery terminals. Also, do you happen to have the size/type of terminals that are required to connect there? Finally, I'd want to make sure to get power to the stock battery pack fan while charging. On my car it's a simple 12v connection that we splice in. Is that possible on the Pruis, or is there a more complicated solution? Anyhow, for my car, the design is simple - three 48v constant voltage supplies in series with a constant current power supply to regulate the current in, and then a 12v power supply to run the pack fan (and in my case, a fan on the charger itself). Any help on this topic is appreciated, including links to other projects, resources, etc. If you'd like to see more about what I'm putting together, you can check out my thread by visiting my redirect at hybridgridcharger.com. Please disregard the drama... [I can't post any direct links as this is my first post, sorry about that]. Thanks in advance for your help!