Excellent. The most expensive part of the hardware production was the handmade light cables. We used RJ11 (telephone) cables with the connector at one end and the 4 conductors split at the other soldered to two LEDs. We used 32 RJ11 jacks on the PCB for a total of 64 control LEDs, in addition to 4 jacks for 8 “General Illumination” lights.
Does anyone know of a replacement for these cables? They don’t necessarily have to be RJ11 or even in pairs. If we can source LEDs on cables with some kind of modular connector on the end, we could base the revised design around it.