@stevethatcher Cool. I know you can run it on MC I tried it too - IDK why you would want to though. As far as I know the Megas work very closely to the chiron and when printing from SD you get filament out and resume etc whereas MC does not know when the filament ran out. Plus you get way more features on a real slicer like Prusa Slicer (used to be SLIC3R) Especially if you go to bigger nozzles. But even with a standard .4 it got features like adaptive layer heights etc and way more control over layer width. You can for example - with a .4 set the outside layers to .44 for accuracy and all others to .8 for speed and layer adhesion and almost double your printing speed while still printing accurately