I have a few questions regarding an attempt at a "Whole Home Backup" install. I live in Florida and in my area we seem to have short spurt outages from .5 - 3 hours outages during the rainy season quite often. Aside from the obvious scenario of a hurricane, the main reason I got the Powerwalls was in hopes to continue life uninterrupted by the shorter outages due to random thunderstorms. I was wondering if it is possible to power a 3.5 ton A/C with two Powerwalls for a short period of time. It seems that the information I am getting ranges from "it will do it but just drain the batteries quicker" to "it depends on if the LRA value is less than the 60A that two powerwalls can provide". I am not sure which one of those answers is accurate. The LRA of my outdoor unit is 109. If the LRA answer is correct, would it be smart to let them install the batteries to back up the whole home and then later install a "soft start" module. I was thinking in this scenario I'd have to avoid turning the A/C if I was in backup mode until I get the soft start module installed. I guess ultimately, I am trying to avoid having them setup my system in a way that will add more work later if I want to backup the entire house later" Forgive my ignorance as I am new at all of this.