Hey all. I spent an hour and a half last night putting my Infinity in my PS2 and all in all it wasn't that tough of a process. I hit one snag with points B and I, which are a complete bitch to install because they are way too small and I have poor eyesight (By the way, will bridging legs on a chip like that fry the PS2 or will it just not boot?) Anyway, I'm on the last 2 wires, 3.3V and GND. However, the freaking GND will NOT stick to the board. After the first try I noticed that there was a shiny layer on top of the point, so I scratched at it lightly with my xacto knife. Tried again and still no dice, so I scratched a little more. At this point I've scratched it enough that there should be nothing left keeping it from attaching to the board and yet it just won't stick. I'll tin the wire, place it on the the board, heat the bad boy up and add a little more solder (it's a big point) and the join will look great (shiny, etc.) then I'll go to tug on the wire and it along with the solder will come off. After that I tried to just put some solder by itself on the board and it stuck like glue. So then I tried soldering the wire to the point again and it all came off. Strange no? Does anyone know what the trick is to getting the GND point to stick? Also, what are the possible consequences if I happened to bridge two legs on the chip with the I and B points? Thanks in advance!