I bought the big OX router kit and assembled it about 2 years ago. I tried to program the tinyG board and chillipepper on a laptop but never got it to work. A computer systems engineer tried to help me until he did a firmware update on the board and it no longer communicates with the computer. So it has sat here gathering dust for two years and now I have another project which would be easier if I had the router working. I could buy another tinyG or driver of your choice and send the board and laptop to you. You set it up just like your (working) machine, test it on your machine, then mail it back to me. At that point, it should run my machine. I can pay any reasonable amount for this service. You also get bragging rights for completing a job so complex a microsoft certified systems engineer couldn't make it work. I already spent $1,500 on the machine and spent weeks trying to get the controller to work but have nothing working. If no one wants to help me get the controller/laptop working together, its going to the aluminum recycling center as I suspect many of the kits have already wound up being made into new beer cans.