Hello All, I found that the Titan mount design in the link below did not allow for direct and easy access to the idler adjustment. http://wiki.e3d-online.com/wiki/LulzBot_TAZ5_-_Titan_&_V6 So I made my own and used a pancake motor for my Lulzbot Taz 5 (Thanks to Tom Sanladerer for first verifying that a pancake will do just fine in his Titan review video on Youtube.) Pictures attached. Asides from accessible idler adjustment, the position of the hardened E3D nozzle opening is about exactly where the Lulzbot Hexagon opening is. (So there is no need to adjust the heated bed, which other people downloading Titan mount designs from the web found necessary). No screws were used for the pancake stepper housing. Holes have been provided for my inductive sensor + fan attachment. I hope this helps others looking to adapt Titan and V6 (and the PT100 which I am still working on now) into their Lulzbot Taz. Have fun!