6 more systems in the books since my last check-in: zero bad TOKIN, 4 BGA defects, 2 dead GPU. I see quite a few botched replacements here since then as well, so I'll repeat that a cheap oscilloscope will pay for itself. I didn't see anyone post any links? Send me a PM (they go to my e-mail) if you want me to look over a cheap one for you and I'll take a guess if it's got the chops. I spent a little bit on Amazon, and this looks like the best cheap one I can find. $43US shipped, carrying case, probe, good specs, and storage function: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Z1M381W/ Once I get a few more images of bad caps (looking like it might be awhile...) and someone finds a cheap scope that's verified to be up to the task, I'll send the album and details to someone to make a stickied post. Lastly, why are you all using such huge caps? "B" case (3528) fits without even turning sideways. Any reputable supplier will have a search filter to put in the case code. You shouldn't be getting tantalum from shady sites, they have a tendency to explode.