So I was in Lowes early today looking for some Klein diags (no luck!) when I walked by the generators and thought "cool!". For a mere 200 dollars there was some pretty good power-output. I noticed many of the models featured 2 or 4 edison connectors, and a single 30A 4 contact twistlock connector. I figure that style of connector must be the "standard" connector for RVs, trailers, or something, and these generators are intended for camping use. Otherwise, I can't recall seeing many 30A anythings, especially with this connector. what are the 4 contacts for? Ground, Neutral, Hot, Hot? That seems weird. Two ground perhaps? One unused? I have no idea. So, what would one do with that 30A socket? Do you have to use it? I mean, I guess you could survive on the edison sockets alone, or is the power somehow "divided" over the multiple sockets? What about having a 30A run that terminates in two separate 15 A sockets. What about a 20A 2P&G, and a 10A edison? Thoughts, anyone, on the consumer generator world?