Very nice stuff! However, this got me thinking (and I'm writing this as someone with no understanding of the power electronics or whatever scene or circuit bending): 1. It seems to me that while a lot of people here aren't into odd sound synthesis, there's quite a following for odd sound processing. So: have you tried anything at using the power of this box to process another sound (e.g. a loop, or a "normal" instrument). Like using it into one input of an AM with adjustable modulation index. Is there a video? Pleeeeze... 2. There's these three patch sockets, and in the video you either connected a cable to one of the outer two sockets and then touched the open wire end, or you "more or less" connected one of the outer sockets with the center one. Now wouldn't it be possible to have three touchable metal contacts instead of the sockets, so you can simply touch either of them or short them with your finger? Yours, Rainer ps: still didn't find time to clean my Waldorf Q...