Well, from all the posts I have read it seems to be the consensus that Pentair's instruction manuals are horrible. I have to agree. I am wiring my Easytouch 8 and have called Pentair twice now. I am coming to you guys because you will speak my language and hopefully understand my question. Here it goes - As I understand it my Intelliflow pump is hardwired into a 220 volt (20 amp) circuit breaker. It is then controlled by a low voltage wire from the pump to the Easytouch (ET). Fine, I completely understand this. However, I have read some posts that say you run the pump power through the first relay because that is what turns the pump on/off. Is this true? It would seem the low voltage wire would control this. Now for the two transformers in the ET. One controls the IC40 and one is the transformer for power to the ET itself. This is where I am really confused. I think the ET transformer is wired directly into a breaker. Correct? Does the IC40 get wired directly into a breaker? If so, what controls the IC40? I know the pump must be on for the IC40 to be on so the two need to be connected someway, right? Now, assuming I wire the two transformers directly to the breaker (both can be 220 or 110), can I put both on the SAME 20amp 220v breaker that is powering the pump? The pump's manual says not connect lights or other appliances, fyi. Since I am limited on breaker spaces, I would like to combine the three on one breaker if possible. I can't find how many amps the pump pulls, the IC40 I think is 6 and the ET is 1amp. Thanks in advanced and let me know what else you need to know to help me. Once I can turn everything on, them I will probably be back for programming help. (pool was plastered yesterday, filling right now).