I put a file (MyHVPS.zip in the temp folder of our google drive).

On Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 9:32:18 AM UTC-4, Paul Andrews wrote:
> I am using an LM3478 library and a Wurth flex transformer library. I 
> suspect that is where the time is going. I have zipped up the .asc file and 
> the aformentioned libraries (though the Wurth ones were pulled out of the 
> LTSpice library folder, so they are in the wrong place!). Hmm, I guess I 
> can't post replies that have a file attachment? I'll try and stick it 
> somewhere else accessible.
> I signed up to the Yahoo group a while ago, but haven't had time to poke 
> around in there since.
> Anyhow, this was really supposed to be about the Bode plots for the 
> LM3478, so if you get time to look at my model that would be great, if not, 
> that is OK too - especially given that you would probably have to re-attach 
> the libraries!
> BTW - the FET in there is a place-holder. It was a quick pick from the 
> list that came installed with LTSpice. Selecting the FET seems like the 
> hardest part of this as the parameters I am interested in aren't pulled out 
> in the selection criteria at Digikey, and even when I find a candidate I 
> want something that has a spice model. I seem to remember that I bookmarked 
> a page that explained how to create one from the datasheet though. This 
> seems like it would definitely be a topic for the Yahoo group, on the other 
> hand if you guys have a suggestion, I will just go with that - I need to 
> remind myself that this is a learning experience at the moment - I'm not 
> striving for perfection, just something that will meet my own criteria (5V 
> and no more than 1.5V in, roughly 180V, 0.018A out, though l will settle 
> for less!).

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