Finally got off the couch. Maybe I will get it together this year.. or sooner even. First step was dis assembly of the bread machine. The domed glass lid is gone and all the exterior sheet metal. The bread container is to be used, cut the bottom off and just use the bayonet connection. (Mount 13 qt bowl on it.. grrrrrrrr) The liner of the baking chamber I will use. Cut the bottom off of it, and it will be the lower tray to hold the hi temp insulation I bought. Good to use it because it already has holes drilled in it to mount to the motor frame under the bayonet connection. The control panel is a keeper also. It is digital readout, and is canted upward. It connects to a circuit board (30 wires?) to which is connected a heating element, some sensors, a small blower for cooling the bread, and the main drive motor. No point in removing the small blower either. It is just there. The main drive motor has 4 wires going into it, so I am not going to mess with all the circuitry. (Two wires and I would, 4 wires is too many, trust me.) The control panel will start the main drive motor and run it for 15 minutes just fine. Then it stops. Then you press 'clear' and 'start' on the control panel and it runs again. For another fifteen minutes. Most of my roasts are under 15 minutes, including cool down, so the control panel is not a bother. It looks kind of cool also. More to come, PeterZ Thinks it is a good idea to save the bread machine SS screws also, here in LHC.