Quote: Originally Posted by bradavenson You don't need an allen wrench to take the lid off, just a nice #1 philips screwdriver. (You don't really need that one, but I like them quite a bit.) But I'll save you the time unless you want to look much closer. Thanks Brad! I didn't realize that I didn't need to remove the faceplate until after I had already done it. It was a little tough getting the LED light pipes back in place I was surprised to see the surface mount components, but the unit does sound really good. Its totally changed the way I'm using compression and eq. I find it really interesting how boosting 10db at 10k mixed in at 50% can sound completely different than just boosting half as much (if that makes sense to anyone). I don't know exactly why, but it sounds much more natural and usable when the dry signal is mixed back it. This goes for compression as well.