Happy Thanksgiving All, Just back from a Thanksgiving week in S.E. Kansas, and had some time on Sunday to try out the complete set of modules. My son helped me set them all up, and it looks like it will take 30-40 minutes to put them together, tweak track and hook up the power. Not too bad. Thanks Gary for the feedback on the fascia. I went ahead and painted most of the modules' fascia a near-black matte color. I will eventually paint the legs as well. One thing I need to be careful of is not scuffing the paint during assembly. Last week, I had finished up installing all of the track power feeders and the DCC bus. After some troubleshooting on some shorts (PC board ties not gapped on my crossover), they all seem to be working fairly well. One of the FastTracks crossovers is a bit tight around the frog, but some filing will fix that. Here is an attempt to make a panorama of the assembly standing in the middle of the setup: Panorama-11-26-18-sm by rjthomas909 posted Nov 25, 2018 at 4:55 PM I was relieved that it all fits comfortably in the garage! It turns out that the SPROG II can only handle one throttle at time with JMRI. Switching between a couple of locomotives, we were able to run over most of the track and push some cars around. Weir-Module-11-25-18 by rjthomas909 posted Nov 25, 2018 at 4:56 PM I pulled out the warehouse from storage to test the structure space, and it looks like it will be OK. This will be the largest whole structure in terms of footprint, other than a grain elevator in Weir. Cherokee Module by rjthomas909 posted Nov 25, 2018 at 4:57 PM Oh, well....back to the garage. -Bob T.