Hey, Guys: Long, long ago I built and used a Phlatprinter III. Unfortunately, I did not make good use of it and failed to properly understand how to set up and operate it, so I became frustrated and put the unit into a storage unit. About a year or so ago, I pulled it out of the storage unit, went through everything, had some controller issues that CNCUSB helped me resolve, and then once again the Phlatprinter III was operational. With all the work that David the Swarfer did on SketchuCAM (THANK YOU DAVID!!), I was soon running parts again. EPP sheet, though, still remains a challenge to keep straight on the platens. So, although I have had some success cutting ply parts and EPP foam parts, I could see that my more ambitious designs needed more reliable repeatability and easier tool changes. So I bought a 1010 from Openbuilds and am almost finished with it. The Phlatprinter, though, is still quite useful for some things (like cutting foam as intended). I could easily see having both mills active in my shop for different parts. The 1010 C-beam structure has lots of advantages over the original MDF board structure. And the Black Box controller is awesome. So, I am considering doing a V-slot rebuild of the Phlatprinter III to leverage those improvements while also making it easier to adjust the platen rollers and belts. I'm going to search in Builds and see if anyone else has done this. I would gladly appreciate hints and feedback as I consider dropping even more money at the Openbuilds parts store.