If your pumping level is 220', then you need a 15 or 18 GPM, 2 HP submersible pump. Use a regular 240V, single phase motor and control box. Hang the pump on some 200 PSI poly pipe and use 12-4 or 12-3 with a ground for wire. Then all you need to control it is a Pside-kick complete pump control kit, like the one pictured below. These are designed to replace the Quick-Pac. The Quick-Pac is an expensive and short lived variable speed system that is designed to make Franklin Electric a lot of money at your expense. The Pside-kick uses a Cycle Stop Valve to replace variable speed controllers. The CSV will increase the life of regular pumps and gives better constant pressure control than variable speed systems. Pump guys who are still using variable speed systems just haven't had enough experience with them to realize that they will destroy their reputation. Variable speed systems are old technology. We learned all the problems of variable speed systems and stopped using them completely in 1993. There are a lot of things about Variable speed technology that mother nature won't let anyone fix, so these systems will never be problem free.
I don't see how Franklin can continue to sell these systems for so much money. You can buy a variable speed controller on the Internet for $200 that is far superior to the Franklin units. However, these other variable speed systems still have all the same problems. Search this site for "CU301". This is a Grundfos variable speed controller that much better than the Franklin systems but, are still being replaced by the CSV on a regular basis.
The best use of new technology is to be able to research the problems of new technology. You are smart to be asking these questions and studying the alternatives before you get stuck with a "tar baby".