Can someone please confirm that the "12 Watt" part of the charger is the bigger "L" shaped section of the unit, not the small corner with the plug or chord that attaches in to it? Basically, with my setup it will be a lot easier for me to just replace the 10W charger with the new 12W charger by sliding off the old 10W part, leaving the chord plugged in, and attaching the new 12W part. I assume that's the way it works. The only part that says "10W USB Power Adapter" or "12W USB Power Adapter" is the large part (i.e. the part with the wording on it which the USB plug goes into). I think it's safe to assume that the chord or the plug (it comes with a plug and you get a power chord if you buy an extra power adapter for $30) which attaches to the unit has absolutely nothing to do with how many Watts it gets. This makes sense and I'm like 95% sure I'll be getting 12W if I slide the new 12W part onto the old chord that came with the 10W adapter. All the electronics, capacitors, resistors, etc are in the large part, not the small connector part (or so it seems). But can someone please confirm this for sure? I hope I've described my question adequately. I have a feeling what I'm asking might be a little confusing. I've tried my best to be descriptive and specific. Thanks for any info.