We are going to be putting in a new 16 x 32 rectangular pool with an automatic cover for heat gain and debree (loc - Albuquerque). I am up on the air on the cleaner to use. Probably will go with either a suction side crawler or a pressure side with booster. I am leaning toward the suction side because of cost and energy use but having them plumb so I can add the pressure side with booster should I want to at a later date. So my questions are: Is having it pre-plumbed (really just a capped return line to the pool and if I add the booster crawler grab supply off of the pool returns?) a good, bad or indifferent idea? Never having used a suction side cleaner, do they have a dedicated hole you plug them into that closes or covers itself when unplugged or how do they ideally work? What I liked about our booster driven pressure side crawler was that I could program it to come on 2 hours a day and it came on, pool was cleaned and it went off and just left it in the pool. Seems like the suction side you have to actively put in and take out although you could just leave it in all the time except for when you are swimming. Mostly I would like input on why one might be preferred over the other and the plumbing question (what is the ideal way for the suction side to connect, and is having a booster pump return line plumbed during construction in case I want add one a bad idea for some reason?) . Thanks!