Originally Posted by boondocking
Until it gets to 90% SOC the higher amp rated charger should bring it up quicker to that point thus reducing generator run time. Right?
Certainly it will be better until some SOC level, hard to say exactly what as that will depend on your converter but I will find out the story for mine. But some of this is really overblown. There is really no reason to go to all of these great lengths with manual adjustments and connections. Get a good converter, make sure the batteries are watered, make sure that everything is working and keep your SOC is between 50% or 80% and 100%. I will telll you that it takes a long time to get the last 5 or 10 percent, which is why solar is so helpful. A Trimetric will tell you where you stand at each and every moment. Getting low, run the generator or plug in. In your case with solar, enjoy the sunshine and watch your SOC climb back all the way up.
This isn't black magic, but with only the 4 little red LEDs on the panel, you really don't know where you stand at all.
All you have to do beyond that is enjoy your RV.