I got my new mod from lan kwei today (thanks again Curtis! ) and couldn't help but have a play with it. I did a bit of track tracing on the CD board and made a pretty amazing discovery. You know how you have to solder to the 14th pin of the 32 pin IC or pin 8 of the 64 pin IC? I worked out that they trace back to pin 1 of the ribbon cable. All this time people have cursed and swore about soldering to small IC legs (myself included) when there is a perfectly good solder pad to attach to. I'm guessing the mod manufacturer considered soldering to the top of the CD board a better option. That way you don't have to remove the CD board. Its so much easier that way. Anyway, after hooking that up and testing it OK, I thought, 'do you even need to solder it to the CD board?' Why not just to the mod? Would you guess what happened next? It works. Simple as that. Mind you this has only been tested on a Saturn with a 32 pin IC with the 0014 solder bridge. My 64 pin IC Saturn has been hacked to death, but I was able to confirm the trace back to pin 1 of the ribbon cable. It may even work with Saturns with the Sanyo CD board. I've scanned my mod and will now attempt to upload a pic.  Heh, after looking more closely at my scan (and then the mod) it becomes even more simple. Just connect points 'A' and 'B'. A short link is probably best.