Looks like people wanted an out-of-box image and fortunately I made one before firing up my printer initially. So if you want to burn another 4GB microSD (or larger card) for your Robo C2 printer, this could be an option for you. Unfortunately, github wasn't happy with the file size 1.5GB of the zipped image file. And the forum here has a 512MB limit as well so I'll need to find somewhere to host it. (Stay tuned.) --------------- For this, you'd need a computer with an SD slot or a USB-to-SD or USB-to-microSD kind of adapter. Since the 4GB card I just purchased came with an SD adapter and my MacBook has an SD slot on its side, this is pretty easy for me. Lots of places sell either type of adapter and they're usually less than $10 or so. You'll need some way of burning the image to your microSD. I use ApplePi-Baker which appears to be much faster than the native `dd` command versions I've attempted. If you're on Windows, you'll need to unzip the incoming file. On OS X, you'd need `ssh` and on Windows, you might need to download Putty to remote into your Raspberry Pi 3 on-board computer inside the Robo C2. One of the final steps is to rename your newly-imaged Raspberry Pi's hostname. This download image's hostname is "robo-c2" but you'd want to rename it to your own printer's serial number as seen on its rear label. If it gives you any trouble, let me know. P.S. I intend to upgrade my Robo C2 with a newly-purchased 8MP Pi NoIR camera so I could probably benefit from having a larger microSD card. So I'll likely be expanding my own to a 16GB card and this imaging activity is a good way of backing up what you have now, then upgrading your hardware in such a way that you can always revert back to an earlier setup. Also, if you generally distrust the software upgrade path as delivered by either Robo or OctoPrint, using these methods is probably a good practice then, too. Backup your printer's card, duplicate it and then upgrade on the cloned card. If the upgrade breaks things then just revert back to your last save microSD card.