I've got a Cyclowiz here, and I'm in need of a bit of advice. I'll admit, I'm not a highly skilled solderer (is that a word?), but I was able to tin the contacts on the chip and attach the switch and disable wires (and they do look pretty nice if I do say so myself). However, I've come to the quicksolder part, and I'm a little stuck (at this time I'll resume it later because it's getting too dark over here now). I attempted it with one of the two big points (chip taped in place of course). Basically I was unable to get it to stick to the contact on the board. I added enough solder so that now there's no hole in the chip, but just a layer of solder (not a big deal, I can remove it if need be). I added a bit of fresh solder to the point on the board, and tried again. The problem is you can't see the contact which is underneath and what's happening to it. So I was able to melt the solder sitting in the hole on the chip, but after taking my iron away it's obvious it still hasn't joined to the solder on the bottom. I'm a bit loathe to leave my soldering iron there longer for fear of damaging something. Basically, all I'm asking is if there is a technique to quicksoldering I should be aware of? For example, which part should I heat first and where and in what order should the iron and solder be applied?