So there was a lot of climbing today, not much distance, not much solar energy because of all the trees and clouds yesterday, we ended the day at about 60% battery, maybe 50%. so James decided to set the contribution factor for Saul at 3 instead of 4 for each watt that James produces. He expected to see considerably better than the 50 to watts per-mile that he's been demanding of Sol's electricity. Not so. The conclusion being that Sol is delighted to go at the low speed that less contribution from Sol yields, more time at two-and-a-half or three miles an hour, but not without a price. The motors were cool, but none the less clearly not running at Peak efficiency. Interesting lesson.