Yes, this is correct. On a Gen1 ezCAN, there is only control for one set of auxiliary lights and if configured in the way you have it, then all circuits will work in unison and all can be controlled via the Wonderwheel and toggle on and off with the turn signal cancel button. On Gen1 ezCANs it is not possible to independently control two sets of auxiliary lights. Each circuit that is allocated to the same function operates in the same way and gets its input from the same switches/wonderwheel/etc. i.e. if there are two "Aux lights 1" circuits, they will have the same intensity setting and respond to the same controls (e.g. Wonderwheel and turn signal cancel button). Maybe to put it another way, each circuit is allocated to a particular function, and each function has a panel for configuration. Any function will operate in a consistent way regardless of which circuit it is on. Gen1 has a limited set of functions that can be allocated to each circuit (due to the hardware on Gen1 devices). Gen2 has exactly the same hardware for each circuit which means any available function can be allocated to any circuit.