At least that's what my wife says. Okay, so this is not the typical plea for help here. I have a couple of designs I'm working on and I want to make them better. These designs are prototyping tools for the MCU game. Specifically one for PICAXE and one for Ardunio Mini/Mini Pro. What's in this for you? You'll get free stuff. I will send you one of my designs and all I ask is for maybe a hour or so of your time to answer a few questions about how you do things now, and to evaluate the tool. What's in it for me? With your help I'll learn how to do things right. So, I need 4 people to make this work. Two of you will have fairly current experience with 8, 14 or 20 pin PICAXE MCUs. One will get a kit, the other will get a fully assembled board, so let me know your preference. The other two people will have fairly current experience with Arduino Minis or Mini-Pros. Again, one will get a kit, the other will get a fully assembled board. All 4 of you have a good depth of MCU knowledge/experience, are AAC regulars (400+ posts), are detail oriented and are willing to be really honest with your evaluation. The process is as follows. PM me if you are interested and let me know; Your MCU experience (just a single sentence) Whether you want to participate with the PICAXE tool or with the Arduino Mini tool. Whether you'd like a kit or a fully assembled board. Then I will send you the list of questions regarding your current methods ( kinda what you use, how you use it, what you like, what you don't like, etc..). If there are more than 4 wanting to participate I'll look at your responses to the questions and your contribution to the AAC community and Based on that I will choose the 4 evaluation participants. I'll send you the tools and once you receive them you give them a workout and let me know what you like about and don't like about them and any advice you might have on how to make them better. How does that sound?