The question here is, other than what appears the logical answer, is there any difference in charging time when it comes to the Clarity's onboard charger between a 32amp & 40amp 240v charger? I say that because I've had a 32A charger and just received a 40A unit from the same manufacturer. I thought the 40A would charge faster, but if the Clarity's onboard charger doesn't accept anything beyond 32A, that wouldn't be true. Now I had an 85% charge just before my wife left. Using the 32A charger, the unit was drawing about 28-29amps. Plugging the new one in with the same 85% charge, the new unit showed about the same 28-29amp draw. I thought the 40amp unit would show a higher rate. So is there really any advantage using the 40A charger as opposed to the 32A charger? Does the Clarity's onboard charger only accept up to 30amps or so? I'll return one, but I'm not sure which one.