Originally Posted by discspeed
When the Shock is run in Proton I don't think there will be as large of difference in stability between it and the N version as we are seeing with N Volt vs. P Volt. When they "fixed" the Shock they really broke ground in terms of getting things perfect and keeping the PLHs very consistent. So the P Volt is benefiting from this whereas the N Volts were run before the fix. Since the N Shocks are already "fixed" I don't know whether the P Shock will be more overstable or not.
That's definitely the insight/answer I was looking for. Even if the P Volt does come out a bit more stable than Neutron, I would assume that it will still be controllable.