I can post mine when I get home tonight. That thread pretty much tells you all you need. The only variable you will need to change in the start code is your z offset. That will be when you get your nozzle back in place. I started with Z-1.0. The more negative the number the higher the nozzle is off the plate. So when you print your first print with the E3D, just look at the first layer and make adjustments to get the right squish. Also look at http://community.robo3d.com/index.php?threads/visual-troubleshooting-guide.3017/ to start getting an idea of what certain issues look like on a print. Helps to be familiar with these so when you print you can know if something is wrong or not. It takes time to learn everything, but until Amazon gets your nozzle to you, I guess you have time to read.