Short update on the Sun G for wind inverters. I know many of you have been starving for wind these past few months but at this home the wind just does not stop,, and heavy winds. This past month my utility just issued me a $ 48.00 credit . I am using two WN 500's and one WN 750. All are feeding Sun G wind inverters. Now what I am leading up too; All the inverters I mention will be 10.8-30 V In these past few weeks I have had four inverters quit ! # 1 inverter first remained on full dumpload position so I had to diconnect the dump and just use it to feed the grid only. Then we had a grid failure and the inverter will not recconnect or reset. It recognizes the grid power but contiually brakes the turbine and will not make watts. # 2 inverter , same as above but this one also had smoke curling out the vent. # 3 inverter, same as # 2 . I opened this one to check the fuse, when trying to remove it the fuse pulled apart and I saw that one terminal of the fuse had been soldered solid to the terminal input. Lots of smoke from this one also. # 4 inverter also decided to shut down but after replugging it again many times, it started working properly. Although it is working good at the moment I feel it is an accident waiting to happen. Most of you know that Larry & I have done a lot of testing and sharing information back and forth regarding the grid tie setups. He also is using the same type of inverters and set up a mine with no problems to date ! The only difference has been the continuous heavy wind load on mine . When these inverters are running correctly you could not ask for a better set up BUT when they FAIL, don,t forget they are a China made product and the customer after sales support is very difficult to obtain or very expensive in shipping costs. ( that is if you are able to break through the language barrier which seems to become greater if you have a customer issue) We really need to identify an electronics repair center in N. America to doctor these failing electronics/ inverters. I still have one setup of Sun G 300, 10.8-30 and Sun G 1000 22-60 for my WN 750 ( so far no issues) Good job I did not sell my SWEA inverters because I was able to bring them back into use to save the day on my WN. 500 in the shop. This has been a continous expensive experience trying to find the right equipment to match the right tubine for home use. Yes I have a lower utility bill each month and yes I did recieve a $ 48.00 utility credit but in two weeks I went through $ 1000.00 in Sun G inverters. You do the math!