Hi, I'm enjoying setting up my Nybble from the kickstarter kit w/nyboard 0.2. I'll be using a Pi 3B+, as well. I have a few questions: 2X5 HEADER: The assembly instructions don't explicitly state that the 2x5 pin headers should be soldered into the Nyboard. Am I correct in assuming that they are to be inserted into the Nyboard as shown below, with pins soldered into the same side as the pins for inserting the servos (e.g. "under" the block, on the bottom of the board as positioned below)? Is this the only connection between the Nyboard & the Pi and the only soldering needed? BENDING THE FTDI CONNECTION: The FTDI uploader looks like it just slides into the four holes of its header. I'm not exactly clear on how I should be bending the attached header for the FTDI. I see the image below (take from the instructions). Does this mean that the FTDI uploader board rests underneath Nyboard pushed up against the plastic connections for the wires of the servos? Does this leave the board sticking out the side on the cat's right arm near the head? And is the idea to remove this board after sketches have been uploaded? CHECKING + ADJUSTING SERVO VOLTAGE: The Nyboard 02 instructions state: "To ensure safety during operation, please do not connect the servo to NyBoard first. Check the rated voltage of the servo, use a voltmeter to monitor the output for servos and adjust the potentiometer to obtain a desired voltage." This is a step I've never done on a project before. Do I need to complete this if I purchased the kickstarter kit & am using all of the servos sent in the kit? If I do, may I use a product like this?
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LTOD4F4/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_ATEWDb326MSA6 For adjusting the servo - do I simply insert a small screwdriver in the small hole next to the rotating gear and turn until I'm around 5.5V (which assembly doc suggests is best for 'balanced' performance)? Thanks so much for answering these & earlier questions! John