Glad you would find it handy but sorry to be 2 years late! I'll try and do better next time...... I need to do a better job of explaining some of this stuff - it seems once you split off into more than one box it becomes somehow scary but it's actually really easy to use and quite fun.
When I used to make more diy for myself making nice looking cases (by hand) was not my specialty and it would have been nice to just grab a TRIK or MicroTAP controller and then hide my 'creation' with all the audio stuff away in the rack. I hope as time goes on I can get more folks thinking about this as an option.
On another note I finally have the VSAC video footage online. I've not posted video before so please don't be too hard on me if it does not work right away! There are 2 videos - one for finished products and one for diy stuff. That keeps the file size somewhat reasonable...... I did not post at youtube but might later - The direct link from the server should keep video quality better.
The videos are at the bottom of the VSAC pics page. Each file has two ways to view:
1- A link to the video file. It's in mpeg4 format - which seems to be pretty common. This link can be left clicked and likely your brouser will play it with a default video player or right clicked and then saved to your computer to play later.
2- An embedded video player (Quicktime). Takes a few minutes after you enter the page to grab the video and after that you can press play and watch on the page itself. This works for me with netscape and Internet Explorer but on Firefox it did not..... A search turned up something about an add blocker in firefox thinking that the video should be blocked. After 1/2 a day messing around with that and getting my web host to activate some mimes (I had visions of them all trapped in boxes at the server farm) so the files would even be found by the code I figured that was close enough for today and that I'd better go build some stuff.
Everyone who has an interest please post or e-mail results as you get time to check them out - I'll do my best to fix up issues that come up.