I just did my first PS-32 upgrade last week. I installed it in a F7 ABA set and used the original slave board for the trailing A. It was a pretty smooth installation. I did lower the board mounts but that was pretty easy due to the fact that there is no battery.
I think this design is pretty cool and will open up some other possibilities for those of us who like to tinker. I do wish we could use the PS3 sound files. Some of them are better than the upgrade files.
I also feel that these kits will be well worth it if the cost increase is not significant.
Dave, you can. Please try it. BUT just load the sound file not the PS-3 flash. You may have missed my earlier post, but by procedure the engineers are still leaving the hardware table/speed ratios in the PS-3 sound file when they make it. So the PS-32 should be able to find it. The one caveat may be that the light configuration may be different. PS-3 has more variations. You can always go back to the PS-2 sound file. G
I will give it a try. Thank you!