Erfinder explained and demonstrated to me one time a concept I haven't forgotten. It had to do with coil shorting, but I think it tells us something. Keep in mind Erfinder's research has been primarily in electromechanical machines, where he has learned a lot about how electricity, rotation, impedance, resonance, etc. all come together in its purest form.
If you pass a permanent magnet by a coil, then take the output from the coil rectify it and charge a capacitor, the capacitor will charge to a particular voltage. That's your baseline.
Now you introduce coil shorting into the exact same system. You short the coil at the peak of its voltage. You will now see the capacitor voltage climb quite a bit higher than it did without the coil shorting.
What Erfinder proved to me is that this excess voltage in the capacitor above the baseline you first found is all for free. As long as you do not discharge the capacitor below that baseline voltage, it's pure free energy. The machine will never see an increase in load as long as you keep that capacitor charged above the baseline.
Okay, so you might say then, well, you have it all solved, you have free energy. Not quite, because it still takes work to move the magnet past the coil, but there are things you can do to minimize this amount of work. One way is to remove any core from the coil. That reduces the drag considerably. The other thing is the timing of the coil short. If you do it at the correct timing, the shorted coil actually assists the movement between the magnet and the coil.
I haven't seen the final numbers, but from all indications, these "tricks" are things that should help us understand what we need to do with this Radiant Box device. Erfinder told me in a Skype chat the other day that he burned up his last good motor/generator. He said that we need to understand the three types of energy storage and manage them properly or the machine will always end up tearing itself apart. He also said that Jim Murray is the only other person he knows that understands this concept.