Yep, I figured I'd give the overall experience in installing MIMA to the people out there in internet land Seriously, I have very limited electronics experience, but signifigant mechanical experience... If I can install this thing the first time around with no major mistakes, anyone can. If I hadn't second guessed myself I would be out finishing up the install and working on making the joysticks look professionally installed. I'm actually laughing at myself now that I've put everything back somewhat together as there really was no need for all that work. I just needed to learn how to use a volt meter Looks like I'll be doing some research on electrical components and designing them here soon. I tend to get board easily and I need something new to learn Taking a short break to watch the news and drink some water... I'll head out around 1-1:30ish to finish up the testing and finalizing the install. I want to avoid traffic if at all possible. As for driving style, every time I try P&G I end up losing mileage. I'm sure it has to do with experience with the technique, but I really think having control over IMA for the initial hill in my commutes (both ways infact) I'll be doing good. I've got plenty of oportunity to recharge the pack on the flat sections and downhills. I'm really looking forward to the first actual driving test.