To someone with more electrical engineering knowledge than me, am I correct that the APSystems YC500 line of microinverters, with maximum output power of 500W, will not be able to take full advantage of newer 300+W panels (important note! the YC500 serves 2 panels, not just 1)? Can I just use straight addition here, meaning really any panels over 250W the YC500 will start losing energy on at peak generation? In the datasheet, it says it can accommodate PV modules up to 365W, but is ideally suited for modules from 280 to 310W. Does that make sense when the max power output is listed as 500W? This is kind of important to me, because one of the solar installers I am looking at had a plan that included these APSystems YC500 microinverters paired with 265W panels. But that was awhile back. Panels I would consider now will likely be rated much higher, probably 300W or higher. If they are still using the APSystems YC500 microinverters, will I be losing energy with 300+W panels? Here's the datasheet: http://usa.apsystems.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/APsystems-Product-Datasheet-YC500A-3.30.17.pdf Thanks for any thoughts.