Greetings: Without going through the entire story here, I will say I went through a lot of red tape to get where I am today. The point (supposedly) where I am now, is waiting for two of these units to be delivered to a dealer in Cambodia by the end of February. (I will be happy to confirm this for you - at the end of February.) The Honda dealer offered two of them to me, at $888 each, delivered. So, they will be available at that time, if I want them. My other option is to buy a used / second hand 1 ph / 3 ph, Denyo diesel genset, rated at 45 Kva. (I have been looking for a smaller Denyo, but have been unable to locate one.) Current asking price for this unit is $4,000 USD. I'm sure I could get it for less, though. Obviously, the Hondas would be easier to move around, sync together or run separately, and perhaps, better on fuel? (Not sure about the latter part of that.) The Denyo, though, would provide a lot more available power - a LOT. Talk about room for expansion. If I resided in another area of the country, where the power is constantly going out (and boy does it!), I would almost go with the Denyo, because it is a diesel. But, considering where I am, and the fact that solar will actually be my primary power source, then mains, then generator, I'm thinking its best to go with Honda power. Input? Suggestions?