I can confirm the sharp edges, already cut myself twice.
And I was also aware from past threads that this is not an ideal TBC.
Still I 've made the gamble purchasing this unit mainly for two reasons:
Firstly, because I need to capture into FFV1 10-bit, directly. I've read everything here about 10-bit capturing, so I know that mostly I won't see it...won't need it...and the data is not there in the first place.
Still that's the output what I have to work with, so I was looking for devices which process in 10-bit and I thought that the SP-11D will be an 'alright' one for this purpose, also I wanted to try it's converter capabilities, because we have materials in almost every standard.
Secondly, I'm just a cheap b*stard and I couldn't resist the price tag, and for testing purposes I could only gamble with my own money, sadly it looks that I've lost, so I've learned my lesson the hard way.
Still I feel, that's something is terribly wrong if you have to beg for a list of error codes for a device which is discontinued, and a service manual is nowhere to be found or probably still under copy protection.
Sorry for being such a 'hippie'.