OK, so not as happy with edge print #3, and for those keeping score so far we have a total adhesion failure, a successful print with pretty good surface quality and then this print! So same settings, bed carefully leveled, 225C/100C on Wolfbite for PETG. There are 2 problems with this print (surface kind of sucks on the rotating part, but that's the least of the issues, mechanically it works well and rotates and ratchets properly at least). The part warped in the XY axis! Seriously? As in the edge of the rectangle is not straight like the other 3 edges (ironic filament name in this case)... I have noticed I can vary a lot of things on high temperature prints by moving around the bed, as the heating is not as even as you would hope, and I suspect that this is a heating issue? But hardly usable if I can't put things arbitrarily on the bed.. Not sure why the surface is so poor (the one I printed yesterday looked way better) on the second part (while looking good on the first part printed 10mm away) As the part was cooling I heard the tinkling cracking sound, and of course when the part came up (nicely detached with 2 fingers worth of pressure so wasn't over-adhered). That is one big-assed chip! (and yes, it is embedded in my part). And yes, that is the replacement bed for the LAST ONE THAT CHIPPED (luckily bought yet another spare for when that one failed). So far not impressed with the high-temp failure rate of these beds (considering I had parts from E3D with glass chips in them too). @mike01hu you seem to have had more successes... @elmoret do you have beds in stock so I can US ship them?