The first priority with NeuroBytes v0.91 was fixing the issues with v0.9: ditching the tiny potentiometer and rerouting the axon signal traces to avoid shorts. Once this was accomplished, a few more improvements made their way into the iteration: moving all dendrite signal lines to A/D channels (for optional analog input modules and weighting adjustments using an external knob), adding a button for more mode options, and tweaking a few pogo pad placements. Once the prototypes were validated, we pulled the trigger on our biggest pilot run yet: 500 pcs through an automated assembly line, a first for our lead engineer (who is used to toaster ovens and tedious hand assembly work).