And I didn't get pictures... sorry. I was in Brunswick, GA tonight and ran across a guy who rolled up to a gas station in a trike. I stopped and talked with him for a minute, and he showed me his setup, which was a 350w 24v front hub wheel, but his batteries were only 2 little alarm system batteries tucked inside of small plastic ammo cans. The kicker was that he had a 1000w generator tucked behind the seat tube. It was quiet, and didn't make any offensive noises, ran at a reasonable speed, and just looked really cool to ride on. He kept saying something about having an inverter to make the 115vac generator power the battery... Now, he sounded like he knew what he was saying up to that point. An inverter makes DC into AC. A rectifier converts AC to DC. I was curious how he made it all work, especially the rectifier and regulator portion. I didn't want to keep him forever, plus it seemed like it worked, so I won't step on toes for technical terminology mistakes! Also, he had a little puppy. Her name is Pie, which I didn't get at first. It hit me on the long drive back to SC. (P=IE) It's the DC power equation. How cool is that?!