Hey folks, I did ask in the my Superion thread but I don't think the right folks are lookin' in all honesty, since I know a few here use REMs in their customs and there's been next to no responses regarding the subject. Probably cos my posts are so long! I'm planning to use a number of REMs in my project to connect the chest armour plate-which will also support the arms- to Silverbolt. From my experiences with shipping transformers out I know the average deluxe weighs around 250 grams, and I believe the shoulder joints and their connectors will weigh about 50 grams. The chest armour will most likely weigh the same as a deluxe or less, so 250 grams there. I'm planning to use them in five places; both shoulders, both sides of Silverbolt's waist, and two on the crotch plate. What sort of dimensions am I looking at to support this weight? We can pretty much say each side will need to support shy of 400 grams of weight, and with five connection points I think the weight will be nicely shared. I was thinking 6mm x 10mm x 1mm square magnets, but MissingSea recommends a smaller size. Would 3mm x 5mm x 1mm squares, two at each connection site; do the job? The armour plate will be built out of 1.5mm thick styrene sheets a tubes so shouldn't weigh much. Just want some professional advice from those that have handled these bad boys before, I've heard they're powerful shit and I don't want to buy ones that are too strong. What would you suggest to bind them to their connection sites? Will super glue work? Or will something more substantial be needed? And how powerful exactly are these things? I've heard all sorts of crazy stories involving crushed fingers and all sorts of mad shit. Thanks for the help!