This will probably be an episodic thread, as it has already proved complicated! Tempted by their offer, I bought a 700c FWD Pro kit from Panda. It arrived sooner than promised, although I later found out the PAS was missing. Oliver at Panda sent one out the next day. The bike it's going to be fitted to has been off the road since my Electric Bike Conversions kit went belly up. I knew it needed work, but I'd forgotten how much! The brakes needed recabling and the steerer star nut isn't playing ball, so I'm at a bit of a hiatus until then. The bike itself is a good one. Light, but strong aluminium frame and some tweaks I've made, including a stem riser and some On-One Mary bars. The colours are all very uncoordinated, so it will look a bit of an ugly sleeper once it's ready. Thief deterrent, hopefully. There's an 8-speed Shimano Alfine hub on the rear that worked well with the EBC kit. Much better than my Nexus one of 20 years ago. I didn't go for one of Panda's batteries, but chose BGA to work their magic after speaking to Jimmy there several times. £375 had a 17Ah one with Panasonic cells delivered to my door. First impressions of the kit are positive, although no instructions came with it. I'm looking forward to fitting the plug and play connectors and the snap-on PAS. Proving that my garage needs tidying, I saw a Marathon Plus tyre and fitted it to the wheel only to find it's a 40mm one that rubs ever so slightly on the mudguards. I'm fairly sure I meant to fit a 35mm one which lies hidden in the murky depths. That in itself will take some locating and then I'll have to take off the 40mm and fit the correct one. More to follow once I get the bike itself fit for purpose, should you be interested.