Welcome back everyone. I hope you all had a great and productive weekend. Let's see how we all did. Saturday: It was a day I really needed, relaxing and stress free. Ang and I took the Mustang to nearby LeRoy for the car show and met up with her Dad. We enjoyed a nice breakfast and walked the show. The show was a nice mix of hot rods, modern and classic muscle and everything in between including a cool 1940 LeSalle Ambulance and a Holden. What's a Holden? Ask an Aussie. It is the GM brand in Australia, similar to a Pontiac but with a whole lot of muscle! The town had a festival which allowed us to grab lunch and enjoy the many vendors before everything closed at 3:00. Angela's Dad even won a trophy for his 1995 Cobra Mustang. We then relaxed at home. Sunday: This is our weekend to go to the monthly antique show in Bloomington but while Ang was getting ready, I started working on the Proto Throttle. By the time she was ready, I had programmed everything in but nothing worked. Oh well, walking away usually helps. The antique show was great and like always, I found some Mid-Century Modern items for the house and Ang found some more antique Christmas decorations and items for her collection. After a late lunch I headed back to the work bench. After about two hours, I went to the Iowa Scale Engineering website and finally figured out my issue. NCE Power Cabs come from the factory with a default cab address of 2 which the ISE Proto Throttle receiver will not read. Once I changed my Power Cab address to 3, and set up the receiver accordingly BAM! My new GP15-1 was working through the Proto Throttle. I still need to adjust some items and fine tune before Saturday but with a minor victory under my belt, I called it a day. So how about you? What did you accomplish this past weekend? I hope those who were in the path of bad weather stayed safe and damage free. Let us know how your weekend turned out. We'll assemble again on Friday the 24th to start the process all over again. Until then, have a great week, be safe, stay healthy and as always... High Greens!