- The SFD-1001 drive and cable are functional and working well.
- I've been able to "chain" two BASIC programs together to make a more "complex" program; however, string variables may not be preserved when loading one program from another. More research required.
- My proposed first-pass method to move a program from the Internet to the SFD-1001 involves using an emulator to create a TAP (virtual cassette tape) file of the desired program, using another utility to turn that TAP file into a WAV file, recording the WAV to a cassette tape, then loading that program from that tape onto the PET 2001 using the C2N cassette deck. Finally, the program will be stored from the PET to the SFD-1001. Whew! Morse code goes faster!