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Did more testing today. I ran my parsing at 150ms (up from 10ms) and it still drops out. There's no way I'm overrunning a buffer sending 20bytes every 150ms...particularly using call-response.

Have you tried going slower than 150ms on the PC side? Like a more human noticeable rate (1 s maybe)?
And then scale downwards.
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150ms is already well beyond an acceptable latency (any sudden movements perceivably lag). I can try higher, but 1second is beyond useless for the type of application it's intended for (gesture sensing of a performers movements).

I'll give it a spin with 500ms maybe for testing purposes.
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I'm looking at it from a testing perspective. So, at least you can confirm that this is not creating a bottleneck for the communication. smiley
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