Hey Friends, I upgraded my Bimby to Gen 5, and didn't see a thread in here for it. I thought I'd be helpful (instead of my typical lazy assed and useless self) and snap a few pics, then throw them up here. The info probably already exists on 10000 different sites already, but I don't care. Insert Marvey's Gen 5 Disclaimer: (Shamelessly lifted from @Marvey Yggy post. I'm trying to be helpful, not original.) Important tip: Chassis screws are DIFFERENT than the PCB screws. Keep them separate. Don't lose them. Step 1: Remove Rear Screws Step 2: Remove Chassis Screws on Top and Bottom (Do not remove PCB screws yet.) Step 3: Pull dark grey chassis out from the silver housing. Go directly back from the rear of the unit. Don't twist. Go slow. Step 4: Remove PCB screws. Ensure the guts don't go sliding out. I'll let you figure out which way is best. (I forgot to snap a picture, sue me.) Step 5: Remove screws holding USB card in. Remove card by lifting directly up. Do not twist, wiggle, or otherwise twerk the card out. IMPORTANT!!! Keep calm and override shutdown. Step 6: Put Gen 5 board in place of previous board. Do not bend pins. Do not apply too much force! If you get this wrong, you should never have tried this in the first place. Society should ostracize you. You're probably going to die alone. From ass cancer. Good job, hero. Step 7: Secure Gen 5 board to the unit with the supplied screws. Step 8: Place the guts back into the chassis. Align LEDs with the LED holes. Ensure button is still in place and hasn't fallen to the floor and rolled under your couch. Step 9: Screw the thing back together, starting with the PCB screws. Actually attempt to align everything nicely, and don't force screws in or over tighten. You don't want tiny metal shavings getting in there because you had to He-Man a steel screw into the aluminum chassis. Step 10: Say a prayer to Odin wishing that your upgrade was successful and you didn't royally f*** something up. Step 11: Turn it on, and listen to music. (Plug everything in first. Duh.) BTW - I found that I had to remove the 2.0 drivers from Windows 10 before the Gen 5 drivers could be automatically detected and installed. Enjoy!