Shawn maybe our answer is here: C:\Windows\diagnostics\system\Power
I was using 7Zip and note pad to view the different folders & files(I just don't know what to use for MUI's, Resource Hacker(which I don't have... yet)?
Sample of Powerconfig.ps1:
# Copyright © 2008, Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
# Break on all uncaught exceptions
#run screen saver diagnostic
#run high performance Power plan diagnostic
if((.\TS_Balanced.ps1) -eq $false)
#run USB Selective diagnostic
#run Display Idle Timeout diagnostic
#run Idle Disk Timeout diagnostic
#run Idle Sleep setting diagnostic
#run Wireless adapter settings diagnostic
#run screen brightness diagnostic
#run processor state diagnostic
#run dim display diagnostic