First off I would like to say this is a great site. I frequent it often so tonight I decided to become a member. I am not a professional but I educate myself as needed. I currently run a goulds 1/2 hp convertable jet pump (j5+) the pressure switch is set to 30-50, and the pressure tank size is 44gal. It does ok for now but I want to go to a 40-60 pressure switch. Currently it takes about 5min. To fill the tank to 50psi. After that if I open only 1 faucet (2nd floor bath) it will draw the tank down, the pump will cut in and will only give me about 31-32psi the whole time the tub is running. My plan is to up the the pump to a 1hp j10. With a 40-60 pressure switch. Also I would add a csv and set it to 55lb. I think I would probaby have to change the jet assembly but haven't looked into that yet. It is -42c here right now and I really don't want to perform an accurate depth check on the well till it warms up a bit. But its roughly a 25' rise with about 200' of piping to the house. Anybody feel this woul be a good solution for more pressure? I would like to stick with the jet pump as I will have 2 spare 1/2hp for emergency situations.