Check my signature for which pump I have, but it's obviously one of the new efficient models. That being said, what would you guys recommend I have my pump going for per day? It seems a good cleaning rpm for me is about 2800, and I've thought about running for about 1-2 hours a day at that speed, to get my vacuum to keep the floor clean. I also thought about running the pump around 1400 rpm at a couple different times during the day for maybe an hour or two at a time. Any suggestions or thoughts? The pool guy that installed my pump told me that the best time to have your pump going is during the sunlight hours because that's when you lose the most chlorine (at least that's what I think he said). Do I need more circulation for 10,000 gallon pool? Less? Thought about even bringing my pump time at 2800 down to an hour and keeping an eye on how clean my pool stays. Is it user discretion really, or is there more to high rpm pumping than just cleaning?