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Hi,

You dont need sheilds for servos, just separate power which can be as simple as 4 AA Batteries.

Duane B

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Surprised that no-one mentioned Jeenodes. These are Arduino-compatible devices including RF12 wireless available for the price of an official Arduino board, currently 18 Euros 50 Cents

http://jeelabs.com/products/jeenode

Basically with one of these attached to the controlling computer, (you can use a CP2102 for this), and another one running the servos, you've nailed the wireless-remote-controllable servo spec for a fraction of the price.

Also Jean-Claude Wippler (who creates and ships them) is incredibly helpful and could probably walk you through the minimum you need to get going if you send him a question.

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