Can someone explain how a variable speed motor will save money? The Pentair site, if it can be believed, says I'll save, in my case, over 75% on the cost electricity. Is it just a more efficient motor? Does it not have to run as many hours? Does it run the same number of hours but at a lower speed? It still needs to move the same amount of water so I don't understand how it can run slower. And then how does it know what speed it needs to run at? Too many questions. I know. There's probably a TFP post pinned somewhere that explains this, or this has been asked and answered 100 times. Sorry for that.