Hey all, After about 2 months of procrastination, I've finally finished installing the Titan Aero in my R1+! Everything is still a little rough, but here's a picture for posterity: So the first challenge was finding a carriage that I liked. I went with this one from Thingiverse 2730539 The second challenge was installing all of the Titan parts onto the carriage. I went by pictures because there were no instructions on the Thingiverse page, but some fiddling + a helpful maker (big ups to MentalUproar) got the job done. Finally I got to the wiring. I managed to get it all running and wired in, but fudged the wires for one of the blower motors. Leave it to me to mess up something so easy. I also had problems with the endstops mistakenly reporting triggered, but a simple un-plugging and reconnection seemed to fix it (suspicious emoji here) For now, I just zip-tied everything but once the printer is up and running again I'll put the wire chain and other mods back on. Next I need to work on updating the firmware. This carriage build uses the slimline motor from e3d, which I love, but it clicks and i need to fiddle with and adjust the steps/mm before I get a good benchy printed. Big Question: So I contacted the maker again with a question. The way the new carriage is designed, the hot-end nozzle sits just under the base of the carriage- bringing it much closer to the x-axis rods than the stock setup. This means that at it's lowest Z range the tip of the hot-end is still several mm off of the print bed. I'm not sure what the other people rocking this carriage did to solve this: physically raise the entire print bed on an R1+ use some kind of physical shim custom z-axis rods?