Hello everybody! First of all congratulations for the effort and I wish you make great progress in the near future! I have a couple of questions regarding the x86 board, which are mostly related to the assembly, if anyone could help me, I would be grateful! I have to say that I am no expert on electronics engineering, so I am slightly clueless, those might be quite straightforward things that I ask here, but at that point in time, I am relatively confused. I understand about ESD safety concerns, so I assume that I have to take care while handling the board. I plan on installing an M.2 SSD and enclosing the board in the metal case, which, by the way, looks beautiful, congratulations to the designer! I am slightly unsure as to the procedure, should I drop the static-shielding bag on an antistatic grounded mat before taking it out? -Searching and asking around, I have seen that for optimal esd safety, it would be better if I ground the board to the case through a low resistance connection. However, I do not know how I would do that because I am not sure where on the board is a ground pin (star ground, or something like that, from what I have seen) and, of course, I wouldn't know what to use for the actual connection. So, how would I ground the board to the case and how does this help with esd safety, if I may ask? -Also, I have read in the instructions that plugging and unplugging USB while the device is on is to be avoided. How important is that? Should I only plug in USB, HDMI and other connections only when the board is off? Or I better have hubs connected and use those instead to plug/unplug stuff while on? -Is the board grounded while connected to the power supply? Will I be able to touch and move the metal case while it is powered on, with no trouble? Do I have to take additional precautions? -Finally, I have read in the instruction manual that "The battery is not rechargeable, and can be connected to the board using dedicated connector CN5 which is a 2-pin p1.27 mm type MOLEX p/n 53398-0271 or equivalent, with pinout shown in the table on the left". First, I think CN5 is a typographic mistake, as the connector for the battery is C1 (on the board). But my question is, is the battery not connected by default? Do I have to do something to connect it myself? I thank everybody for their help in advance! I must say that the x86 board is far greater up close than how it looks on the image! I look forward to powering it on for the first time!