So I've never soldered before, but my installer has a Cyclowiz which has been giving him problems (stupid damn cyclowiz), so he's worried about installing mine. Therefore, he's going to let me borrow his triwing, and I'm going to do it myself. Anyhow, I've never soldered before, but I have worked with small things like this (I used to carve bassoon reeds when I was in high school). I picked up a 15w soldering iron from RadioShack, 30AWG wire, flux (this stuff seems to help, I don't know why its not talked about more), and solder. The solder I picked up is super small, like .015 silver bearing. Also, some really thick stuff came with the flux that I bought. Both are silver bearing - is that ok? I think I remember people saying to use rosin-core instead...? Anyhow, I put some of the flux on the small points (I used an old video card), dipped the tip of the small wires in it too, then I (actually using the big solder, easier to tin with) tinned the wire and got a little on the soldering iron. That was enough to install the test wires. Please see the pic below and let me know what you think. Those three points are a lot closer than I will be dealing with on the Wii. The WiiKey is there as a reference. I will be installing later tonight, so please give me any tips that would help!!