You take this stuff way too seriously. Overvoltage to an LED should be common sense. Anytime you add excess current or excess voltage to an LED it shortens the lifespan. The diode breaks down. I could prove this point, but since i feel like this should be common knowledge to someone who deals with LEDs. And granted i overlooked the driver information. Sorry. I said i skimmed the information. I thought that was given. But you want to point out what i did wrong. That's ok. I get it, because this is a huge part of your life and your passionate about it. I just don't care. The series parallel circuit with a constant current driver that is voltage sensing just seems odd. It through me off. I wouldn't do it, because it's asking for trouble IMO Just because you are trying to cram 10lbs of crap in a 2lb bag. There are many other applications where a series parallel circuit is needed and this didn't seem like one of them. With multiple series strands that are in parallel you can destroy many other LEDs compared to shorting out just one or two of one fails. You are taking more of a risk with this set up. But what do i know? I almost took a job offer at Cree in North Carolina several years ago, and I'm qualified for 30-40engineering jobs they have posted in electronic development. So, I don't know anything Turbo.