I was intrigued by @erco 's description of "turkey projects" in a post in December https://picaxeforum.co.uk/threads/erco-laser-range-finder.30127/post-329853. I was just wondering whether enforced time at home for members in some countries is inspiring anyone to make a start on projects that have been waiting for "when I have a bit more time..." It would be interesting to see details. I'm constantly amazed by the imagination and complexity of many of the projects that I see described here. Even when I read what the project is intended to do, and an explanation of some clever bit of code, I often still don't understand how it does what it does. So I'm looking forward to reading about even more impressive projects over the next few weeks. As for me, nothing quite so complex. Hoping to finish the infrared-controlled vehicle that I've posted about, and had some great help with. The bit I'm working on at the moment (coincidentally, given the topic of the turkey-related thread above) is the entirely gratuitous laser proximity sensor - one of the little Hamamatsu S6986 sensors that I see others have used here. I was able to connect it and to get it working surprisingly quickly, but not yet consistently. The difficult bit is aligning laser, lens and sensor precisely so as to detect a red dot at the desired distance, and that is proving very difficult on the breadboard. A bit of drilling, gluing and adjusting over the next few days to get it to work all the time.