Does anyone know how the suction requirements compare between the Poolvergnuegen "Poolcleaner" and the Kreepy Krauly Classic? I have a somewhat odd situation with my pool plumbing which uses a 1 inch line for the cleaner. I use a valve to adjust the skimmer so that enough water is pulled through the 1 inch line, but I need to reduce the skimmer quite a bit to achieve enough suction to properly run the KK. I would benefit from a cleaner that required as little suction as possible. I was looking at the "Poolcleaner" 4 wheel (or Aquanaut 400 -- same thing) as a possible alternative to my KK Classic due to the fact that the shape of my pool tends to cause the KK to repeat certain paths more than others. My concern, however, is how much suction the Poolcleaner will require to run effectively, and if it will be better, the same, or worse than my existing KK in this regard.
I'm also interested in general comparisons between the Poolcleaner/Aquanaut and the Kreepy Krauly Classic. The Aquanaut seems like it may cover the area more randomly and completely, but I like that the KK actually "rubs" the surface, which seems like it might be clean it a bit better.
Any feedback would be appreciated.