[10-29-06]New location for the site: http://web.tampabay.rr.com/hazer/ The first 11 chapters are done, and are viewable. Ive checked everything, including the code. The next 10 chapters will cover the peripherals, so they will take more time. I hope to have them done at least 1 or 2 per week. My ISP is limited to 300MB per month, so post here to let me know if Ive reached my limit. This info is open to public, and criticism is highly wanted. Mostly, if there is anything that needs improvement (as far as more explanation or pictures). Toward the end, I plan to add a few things like interfacing to common LCD controllers, servo and stepper motors, flash eeprom, external wiring considerations, and also a way to convert code from one device to another. That last peice being important, as some people may find it too hard to locate a PIC16F872 over like 16F84 (or just too lazy to find it). 2 other projects in the works: Im drawing a schematic for an all-purpose JDM programmer that will program ALL 12, 16, 18 family Pics in DIP and PLCC packages. I may include Eagle PCB. Im doing the same for the ATMEL series AVRs. A one-does-all programmer (but not all AVRs, just the ones that support ICSP). The software is free (from Atmel), and the programmer will require external power source. If people like the Pic tutorials, I may move onto AVR stuff.