If there will ever be another RECO, wiring in a (non-RECO due to conflicts with the button holding and multicart) autofire circuit to my MVS cab gave me an idea: A header for a switch or latching button that can be used to instantly enable/disable the RECO with whatever settings were last programmed onto it. I find that my autofire configuration is almost always the same for most games, clone input 1 to button 3 and apply autofire to the one on button 3 (I think most people have some typical configuration they like to use, even if not exactly this). That's how I have my MVS cab set and it can be applied with a flip of a switch, it's actually really nice to just have it on demand with one quick action, particularly with multis where you need it on some games but not others. You avoid having to open the cab and check if the LED has come on to enter/exit programming mode. I think a switch or latching button rather than a soft button would be best so it can be easily seen/felt what mode it's in. Just a thought, no idea how practical it would be to implement.