Thank you for the info it has been great to hear from you. I purchased the software a week ago but haven't received DL instructions yet. And still waiting on M2 printer kit as well. Since I made the commitment and not having the printer has given me time to focus on the apps needed to drive and create for the M2. After seeing some of the prints and comments on the web regarding the how the development of Creator is progressing, using your software was a no brainer. Blender is intense enough just in itself. Freeware/ open source drives creativity and gives power to the people but if closed source can make it easier I'm willing to pony up to help support programmers who probably started on and still support open source themselves. Wow, it's like the Circle of Life, Hakuna Matata it's a wonderful phrase hmm... hmm... doo, doo, doo, laa, laa..... Opps, got distracted didn't mean to break out in song but just the thought of getting a 3D printer makes me happy, I love being a nerd. I think I lift up my M2 to the Lion King, just like Simba, after my first print, LOL. It would be interesting to print USB with a low end notebook, such as my Toshiba, compared to SD card.