This may need clarification, but I'm going to try and explain as best as I can. I recently thought about trying to connect everything to a "grid" where all machines and stuff that runs on RF will be connected to the same power storage, sort of like how all the buildings in a town/city are powered on the same energy grid (sort-of). Basically, I'm considering having a giant power bank (most likely a bunch of EnderIO capacitor banks in a square shape in the center of my base) with all the energy from all my assorted generators running into it (like the constant energy supplies from biofuel and random bits of energy if I end up having a surplus of coal or something that can generate RF). Running out of the mega-power-bank will be fluxducts or something that run underground and power the whole base. I'm asking that since I'm still kind of a noob at tech mods, would this be a good idea, because I have thought about it and it seems like if everything was being charged by fluxducts, then would the RF transfer limit slow down the charge rate of machinery? (I'm not sure if "RF transfer limit" is what it's called but I'm talking about the amount of RF that can travel per tick). Also are there any other problems I haven't foreseen yet? I just started using the FTB forums so if I put this in the wrong category or something, let me know please.