I stared at my Peggy2 Light Emitting Pegboard Kit for a couple of weeks and, far from getting more confident, I am more overwhelmed by the sheer volume of soldering to do, so I decided to have it professionally assembled. I found a guy here in Austin (on craigslist) that does circuit board assembly and hired him to do the soldering. He did a fantastic job and now I have a working Peggy2. It is a very cool thing! Now, I can get my bitmap to Peggy program working.