When I got my Prius v early last month, I studied the owner's manual religiously, looked at the jack and the "pinch weld" jacking area at the four positions on the bottoms of the rocker panels. It appears that the supplied jack accomodates the "plastic" rocker panel outer covers that newer modelToyotas have been supplied with. Eastwood makes a "pinch weld" adapter for a standard floor jack. After examining it's construction, it would damage the expensive rocker panel cover that lists for over $300 in the Toyota parts inventory. Using a similar square steel tube, I had milled a slot into it similar to the slot on the Eastwood adapter. Since I was going to use my Harbor Freight aluminum racing jack, the post on the Eastwood adapter wouldn't work anyway. Using the slotted square tune, I discovered that the FRONT of the pinch weld section is higher by about 6 mm than the inner section. Then, again, the Eastwood adapter would crack the plastic rocker cover's edge. After 5-6 trials and errors, I finally milled adapters out of Delrin acetal copolymer blocks that fit perfectly, allowing me to used my Harbor Freight aluminum racing jack and also regular ratcheting jack stands, without damaging either the pinch welds or expensive plastic rocker covers. I am considering the making of several of these for sale, since the "rubber blocks" that Toyota recommends in their factory service manuals do not completely address the issue. Since the Delrin is quite expensive, I'm considering using a composite of aluminun rectangular tubing and flat bar. If anyone knows any other solutions, I would be really interested.