I am planning to use my newly built SparkFun oven controller and a 4-element Black&Decker toaster oven to mass produce the LED strobe boards. For those of you who might be planning the same, I thought this would be a good place to share experiences on the process. The SF site has a basic oven controller program that I have burnt into the PIC and it comes with a sample program. You can of course create your own but it would make things easier if the existing one worked as-is. Is there any thought on the cycle (rise, steady-state, cool-down) times for these little guys? Also - which solder paste would be best for these - would a stencil be a good idea (especially when doing 200+ of them...)? Anyway - just opening it up for comments for those of you planning to use an oven. I know a soldering station or hot air rework system can be used but I'd like to focus specifically on oven use here. I am thinking of "cooking" several dozen boards at a shot so I would be done after a few runs. I know the boards are double-sided so I'd be looking at putting the opposite parts (e.g. the PIC) on by hand. I'm only planning to put the PIC on about 1/4 of my boards.