Someone was trying to duplicate this device, which got his thread rightfully closed. http://www.sellcom.com/brickwall.html#Order People deserve to make money from their ideas. I guess my question is, what are the odds this product performs as stated? I'm a little dubious, I am not a trusting person when it comes to the advertising crap. One of the things they advertise is that they don't divert a surge to ground. This strikes me as faulty logic, if both hot and neutral go to several KV then you NEED to dump that excess charge as fast as possible, which is the point after all. It also mentions that they use SCRs for their higher reliability. Sorry folks, MOV's and SCRs are in the same category when lightning is concerned. Faulty logic on my part? They also refer to slowing the rate of increase of the surge using inductors. To me this actually makes some sense, slowing the rate of increase to give the rest of the components time to respond might be worthwhile. Discussions?