As promised, here are the pics - http://imgur.com/a/sKWSy
The main unit is, no surprise, fairly light. I'm less-than-impressed with the two "buttons" - they feel like those old flat calculator buttons (if that makes any sense). The e-hose doesn't seem to have a "breakaway" as I thought it would have, but maybe I don't fully understand the term.
Opening up the unit is just two torx screws. Since that's the first thing the installation manual tells you to do I didn't feel too bad about opening it
In the last picture I unscrewed the "panel" on the left so you could easily see the board underneath.
If there's anything more I can document/detail/whatever, please let me know. I am in no way an electrician, but I do have a multimeter and am not afraid to use it if there's something you guys want me to check out.
Still waiting on finding a local certified Schneider installer - hopefully by early next week I'll have that resolved.