Sure, here are a few little quirks:
1. Setec provides no user manual for these V2L products. But I've found customer support to be quite responsive, and will provide contact information to whoever buys this.
2. Setec's 6 kW version normally ships with a couple of Schuko sockets for the 220V Europe market. For the US market it should have shipped with a three-prong NEMA 6-50R for single-phase 220V. Instead, it has a NEMA 14-50R four-prong socket. My workaround was to use a 4-Prong 220-Volt Plug to 120-Volt adapter cord to run into the Lite-Fuze step down transformer. This adapter cord is included, and can be seen in the video & photos on my eBay listing.
3. I've never tested to see what overload protection the unit provides. It is marked "CE" so I should imagine it has this, but the most I have loaded it up is 4.2 kW as per the video on eBay. Recommend 4 kW be the maxium surge load, with steady-state at 3 kW or so.
4. As per the other thread on this forum, I've observed a fair but of efficiency loss in this setup, suspecting that much of it comes from the Lite-Fuze step down process.