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  • Agree, extra power / ground pins do not need to be bread-board friendly or pinned by default - the breadboard people don't need them anyway.

    It looks like some of those supporting components could be moved away from that edge of the board to make room for an extra pin or two for power/gnd. Not sure how bad the routing is... An extra 1/10 inch though would make room for some power + ground pins, and let you put those two pins that aren't in the line of pins... into the line with the other pins... (can't see what's on those pins, though)

    @DrAzzy you'll probably hate this,

    Gaaaaaa!!! You got that right! Where's my pitchfork?
    You get this rubbery ground that can bounce all over the place under load! And likewise with the power!


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