Hey, I'm the 'Master of Low Tech'---still have a flip-phone, if that tells ya anything, lol. Meh, I have a fairly new laptop computer for those times when I need to get on the web, but as an old rogue dinosaur I like to keep things simple, yeah? Ties in with my philosophy about offroading: if ya can't extricate yourself from any situation out there, then ya don't BELONG there, lol. Sunk to the axles in deep sand? Bust out the E-tool and commence digging, lol... one time, I had my Oldsmobile sunk to the axles in sand in Carrizo Wash in Anza-Borrego, and it took me 5 HOURS to dig myself out (3 times), using dead branches as ramps for the front-wheel-drive Olds... I almost camped out on the spot, as it was getting dark and I had plenty of food, water, beer, etc., but I managed to extract myself and went across the highway (S-2) to camp at an old stagecoach station, which was totally cool. Returned to the site of my ordeal the next day, and pounded beers while cranking rock & roll on the cheesy Olds stereo, lol... that included 'The Star-Spangled Banner' by Jimi Hendrix, a tune all about freedom, AYE??? Anyway, I like your work, it shows class, lol... I am f#%ng METICULOUS when it comes to bike work, almost to the point of being RIDICULOUS, LOL. Almost... but that trait comes in handy on certain projects, 10-4??? CHEERS!!!