@keebie81 : I was answering @PhilG and his comments about retraction height and speed of job.
@keebie81: I’ll repeat myself on your comments though. I think it’s unreasonable for Carbide to make a change for a small subset of it’s customers, using someone else’s accessory, where that change is going to mess up other operations/workflows for others. I have a suckit, I like it (mostly), but it doesn’t change my opinion. There is no win here for everyone. Someone isn’t going to get what they want, and if -I- was carbide (and I’m not, just so we’re totally clear) I would want the customers that buy my stuff to have the best experience possible with an unmodified machine, as it comes from the factory. Sounds kind of harsh, but honestly, if you don’t like the way CM works for you with a particular accessory, don’t use it. There are plenty of other options. Part of what makes CM easier to use than many tools is that it -doesn’t- have a hundred options and checkboxes, and that’s completely appropriate for beginners getting results with a new machine. If you need a sender that’s more flexible, use something more flexible.