I have a new pool and spa which uses the EasyTouch 4, has the PV3 infloor system. When the floor system is on, it doesn't skim the pool well. When I turn off the floor and have it go tot he returns, it skims well (after adjusting the jets). Now what I'd like to do is put an actuator on the skimmer/drain valve and the infloor / return valves. Setup the cleaner scheduler where the drain gets most of the suction and the floor system is on (return is off), then another schedule that the skimmer gets most of the suction and the return is on (floor is off). I presume that can be done via the EasyTouch (there are 2 valves connections left). I'm not sure how you associate a valve with a schedule, that's a question for later (unless you know). If I put the actuator on the drain/skimmer, I' was thinking that I should adjust the cams so it doesn't turn one side all the way off (always some suction on the other source). So my question is, how does that affect when I will need to vacuum? I presume I'll still need to vacuum sometimes, typically turning off the drain completely, but with the actuator on there, I don't have as much control of it? Do you think using the actuators and dual schedules is good? (clean bottom and top)? Do you think it will cause a problem trying to vac if main drain still has some suction? Is there a better thing to do?