I also wanted to mention / vent here about how I had to fix a bunch of wiring hackery on my WCS. This is the second pin I've bought, and on my first pin (Radical) I had a bunch of wiring hackery to fix as well. Now my sample pool is still pretty small, but I just have to say: What is up with operators going to such great lengths avoiding simple things like replacing burnt up connectors and headers, instead of wiring switching power supplies and splicing wires? How is the amount of time necessary to do all that, and money for the parts, a better solution that $2 in parts, and then some time soldering it in?
In both games (Radical and WCS) this was done, because the GI connector burnt up. All that work, to circumvent it, and they would have fixed it better, and cheaper had they just done it right. This seems like a common thing here in Europe. Maybe parts are just harder to get here.
I just can't get over how much effort is put into fixing these the wrong way.
Any of you had problems like that on your WCS or other pins?
Fortunately, I was able to fix the connectors (bought a new driver board), and rip out all of the additional junk. So my WCS is back to factory wiring and is running as intended.
Alright rant finished. Hope you all are having a great day!