After a year-long break, I tried to get back into my Kossel Pro this weekend. The computer that ran it got dissected and everything is surely rattled out of calibration so I decided to treat myself as a "new user." Miserable failure. Tried buying the K-Head over the last few weeks, but none are available from Amazon, Openbeam, or Matterhackers. The last official firmware hasn't had a commit in 15 months. The page that a new user would buy from on MatterHackers doesn't have a link to the instructions. The comments mention http://ztautomations.dozuki.com but that documentation is still very sparse. I followed the getting started guide but that's generic and not Kossel specific. When I finally hit "print" after the G29 auto leveling sequence my effector went clear off the print bed and tried breaking it's own swing arms! I am sure I could backtrack and figure out why, but my print needs were more immediate and I dug up my old Printrbot. It's smaller and less accurate, but it worked just fine after 1.5 years on a box. I'm thinking what we need is a single, updated page that always contains: The latest firmware (provided by Taylor here) The latest software. (MatterControl is here) The change logs, so people can backtrack what they need to update. The latest official guide from "assembled printer" to "successful print" without having to dig through hundreds of forum posts, including: Probe deployment and retraction problems Calibrating Shimming (I still don't know how to do this) Weird behavior That way, any new user can go from "box" to "print" without a bunch of lucky search results. I know Team Openbeam has day jobs, but it's somewhat irresponsible for Matterhackers or anyone else to sell new printers to new non-kickstarter users without a "box-to-print" guide.