I logged in to report another sudden crash and read your procedure too late to capture this one. In this case, coming back to a five hour print, I found it 3/4 finished and Matter Control 2 no longer running on my Mac. Next time I'll be ready. Since I'm leery of running long jobs on Matter Control now, is it true that I'm likely to have more reliable operation by loading the gcode to an SD card and printing from there? I like how Matter Control lets me monitor progress and forecast print time. I looked at Cura, and I guess it's just a slicer and does not feed gcode to the Robo. Is that right? I know that Simplify123 exists at a price. I understand it's a slicer. Does it also feed gcode to a Robo R1 and let me monitor progress of a print job like Matter Control does?