Shucks Howdy y'all. Well, I have to make a large servo (the motor will pull about 10 amps) which I can do using a PIC od an AVR; however, I'd like to get my hands on a dedicated servo controller if possible. Does anyone out there in internet land know where I can get my hands on a servor controller such as the DA6688 used by Futaba(they used to use this, not sure if they still do) or a Mitsubishi M51660L or a ZN409(419) or even an NE544. Any servor control IC would be great. I don't fell like designing a servo from scratch adding feedback circuitry for speed control and the whole 9 yards when these chips already exist. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks a bunch. PS. I checked the usual sources: Newark, Allied, Mouser, Jameco--no luck. Not looking for a circuit to control an existing servo. I need a brand new servo and was wondering if anyone knew of a source for the controller used to make said devices.