Have to vent just a little. I bought a Pentair Intelliflow four months ago. I should have known if I couldn't find anyone to help program it I would encounter the same response if I ever needed service. Well I need service. This morning it died. The screen is blank and will not turn on. I called Pentair and they wouldn't even talk to me until I had the installer/electrician verify it was receiving power. $90 later it was verified that 240 volts were making their way to the pump. I called the Pentair warranty rep in San Antonio and they didn't know the first thing about an Intelliflow...absolutely no clue. Said they could not make it out until late next week and if parts were needed it could really take a long time since they didn't stock parts for the Intelliflow. Pool should look real good after a couple weeks of 90 degree weather. This was a great pump when it worked. Just want to let you know that before you buy an Intelliflow make sure there is a Pentair Rep willing to help set it up and a service center that knows what an Intelliflow is.