So, I wired up a 240V, 30 amp generator inlet and breaker to my house. Yes, it has two main breakers (one on house and one main feed to property) to ensure no back feed of power onto the utility. I will install a transfer switch this coming Spring. I got a 8000 watts Champion generator yesterday plus a cable to go from the inlet to the generator. I got reading about how most portable generators have 'Bonded Neutrals' and one should removed it, let it float if you are connecting to a house. I asked an old electrician about it and simply said, "Don't worry about it" which of course made me worry. LOL! Here is what it says in my manual: "The generator system ground connects the frame to the ground terminals on the power panel. The system ground is connected to the AC neutral wire." So, this tells me the generator is indeed has a bonded neutral. Question: Many of you have generators hooked to your homes and wondering if you had to undo the generator neutral so there wasn't a problem from having two neutral paths or did you simply plug it in not worry about it? note: I also read/heard using a bonded neutral generator will cause one's GCFI outlets to trip.