Hi all, I backed the Kickstarter back in the day, and never really got it set up properly. I've started working with it again, and have been rather impressed with my results-things still aren't working perfectly at all, but I'm getting much better results than I had the last time I experimented with it. That said, I'm still having issues with stringing and difficulties with bridging-things aren't being laid down properly or thickly enough, leaving bridged areas quite thin. My primary use-case is printing RPG miniatures and terrain. I'm also consistently having significant trouble with one side of my models-three walls look solid and good, while the fourth is very rough and poorly fused, with layers commonly separating and holes both horizontally and vertically. Interestingly, there is no such issue along the adjacent sides-it looks pretty good until you go around the corner. So: Are there any hardware upgrades that are needed or recommended to modernize this printer? I understand that the state of the art has improved dramatically in the last several years. I think I'd like to get a heated bed if nothing else, but where can I get one that's compatible and how do I install it? Likewise for any other bits. I'm reasonably bright and tech-savvy, but have little experience with hardware. How should I get started here? Is there a progression that makes sense to isolate issues and address them one at a time rather than just seeing that a print attempt failed or produced a poor quality result, messing with things and trying again? It's taking a long time to iterate, and I'm really not sure how effective any changes that I make really are. Any idea what might be going on with my fourth wall, and how to go about fixing it?