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Sure! I haven't had time to create the video in full yet, need to gather footage. My main comments about your stock are mostly positive:

  1. It's very sturdy even without hardware
  2. It was easy to print and hard for a critical failure (So I think anyone can print it, even recomending a library printer or uni printer if people don't have their own)
  3. Easy to assemble
  4. comfortable to use
  5. the controllers work fine even with inside out tracking (was worried there would be blockage)

My complaints were mainly minimal:

  1. The strap doesn't make sense and usually makes me tangled in cords
  2. The magnet keying should use only 2 magnets, and slightly larger ones. To make it easy to connect one of the polaritys should be flipped. This makes it so that the controller can only go on one way (right now it catches on the similar facing magnets)
  3. The inserts for the mixed reality controllers aren't the best and seem to be backwards, this is hard to describe in text tho
  4. A small thing as when it fails it doesn't matter much but, why not make one side of the rails a flat rectangle? It seems when I print they don't even contact the brim (infact the two rails I printed with bad bed leveling stuck better because the second layer was actually at the first layer height (ie sinking the model 1 layer actually improved the ability to print the rails?)