Ken designed modular DIY kits and, thanks to the various questions he received every day, he developped a kind of philosophy about it.
- If you are building a DIY kit only because it appears to be cheaper than the constructed module, you are wasting your time.
- DIY kits are for people who do DIY for the enjoyment and challenges involved in doing so.
They summarize the reasons why I engaged myself on this journey : because it is a journey and I'll learn a lot in the making.
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