I am using the LTC4353 in the configuration shown in the attached image. My application requires that the AUX voltage be higher initially than the MAIN voltage so I would like to disable the AUX current path until the main voltage drops below 9V. I expect M2 to be disabled until the MAIN voltage drops below about 9V when the output of the divider should be roughly <0.6V. This is not happening currently, the AUX supply is enabled when the circuit is powered via 11.5V and 12.3V. Gate2 appears enabled below 0.8V. Not until I turn the main supply up to 12V or so is it disabled. I may be missing something very simple but it is essentially recreating the Typical Application circuit on page 11 of the datasheet, only modifying the input voltages and discretes to match.