I have a Hayward EcoStar Variable Speed Programmable pump, pool only set up for 2 months. PB set pump up to run at 2750 RPM (12 hours). The unit displayed it was using 1243 watts. I throttled it down to 2500 RPM, it was much quieter but also noticed that it reported using 950 watts. The lower watts really threw me. The change from 2500 to 2750 RPM is 10%, however the wattage difference is 30%. Slightly lower water circulation, however the descents and bubbler seem to be moving more than enough water, but pretty significant reduction in watts (and therefore my electric bill). That doesn't seem to make sense for that large of a drop in watts. Does that make sense to anyone else? Is there perhaps something that I'm not understanding with the higher RPM and wattage increase?