A little confused as to how I am going to do this... the instructions anent clear to me and you need a microscope to read them off the package!

So I have 55 gallons of wine I've just finished fermenting. It has been sitting in carboys for a couple of days as I still have to rack off gross lees.

So, the packet i bought is a 2.5 gr VP41 that is good for up too 66 gals. But what I am trying to figure out is how much to put in each vessel where I will rack the wine into. I have three 54L (14 ga) demis and a bunch of 5 and 5 gallons carboy. If I mix the contents of the whole package into a measuring cup (says 2.5 gr x by 20 - so 50 ml of water?) how much should I add to each demi? Should I just add equal parts? What if I am using Acti-ML nutrient? How does that change the equation? The package of Acti-ML says 20 grams and 100ml of water... so if I use all the Acti-ML (I bought two 50 gr packs) then do I need to mix that into 500ml of water (multiple by 5) then add my 2.5 grams of VP41 into that nutrient-rich mix? So a total of 500ml would be 125 ml per demi assuming I get 4 demis, correct?

Then from there, I need to make sure I pour equal amounts into each vessel assuming I can get 4 full demis going... so this can get complicated... or an i over thinking this? Is it possible to add too much nutrient/MLB to the wine?

I'm getting a bit lost here!