Not asking for Robo's official specifications, but actual feet-on-the-ground experience: How hot can I reasonably get the bed heated to? I was using the new PID tuning wizard the other day, and the amount of time it took to get the bed to 80 degrees seemed to be awful long. Long enough that the PID tuning routine timed out when even though the target was 80 degrees, it was inexplicably showing around 84. Seems to imply that the heater is weak, and the regulation of the heater is poor. I'm used to using 100 degrees with ABS, and I'm starting to doubt the printer can even do that (Never mind the issue of it not being enclosed). And other filaments I see might want it to go even higher. It has no problem getting to the 60 degrees I use for PLA, but above that, the Delta-Temp/Delta-T slope really starts leveling out.