Dynamixel OpenCM9.04 and XL-320 motors not working

Hello, I had a bit of help with this in the Robotis forum but wanted to post here as well to cast a wider net, see if there are any silver bullets out there.. I’m trying to make a 2-axis system using the parts listed below, but I’m struggling to get it off the ground. I have

I can’t seem to move any motors, or even detect any motors connected - the “scan_dynamixel” example from the Dynamixel2Arduino library says 0 dyanmixels found, and none of the other examples appear to function at all. It'll happily upload sketches and use the serial monitor FWIW.

Worth noting that I have seen this board and these motors all working using the legacy "OpenCM" IDE from dynamixel (which doesn't appear to support controlling multiple motors, hence the switch to real arduino)

Please help me turn this on? Thanks!
Sean

Setup pic, just in case (I know the output is off and a motor disconnected)

That example, for example:

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#include <Dynamixel2Arduino.h>

// Please modify it to suit your hardware.
#if defined(ARDUINO_AVR_UNO) || defined(ARDUINO_AVR_MEGA2560) // When using DynamixelShield
  #include <SoftwareSerial.h>
  SoftwareSerial soft_serial(7, 8); // DYNAMIXELShield UART RX/TX
  #define DXL_SERIAL   Serial
  #define DEBUG_SERIAL soft_serial
  const uint8_t DXL_DIR_PIN = 2; // DYNAMIXEL Shield DIR PIN
#elif defined(ARDUINO_SAM_DUE) // When using DynamixelShield
  #define DXL_SERIAL   Serial
  #define DEBUG_SERIAL SerialUSB
  const uint8_t DXL_DIR_PIN = 2; // DYNAMIXEL Shield DIR PIN
#elif defined(ARDUINO_SAM_ZERO) // When using DynamixelShield
  #define DXL_SERIAL   Serial1
  #define DEBUG_SERIAL SerialUSB
  const uint8_t DXL_DIR_PIN = 2; // DYNAMIXEL Shield DIR PIN
#elif defined(ARDUINO_OpenCM904) // When using official ROBOTIS board with DXL circuit.
  #define DXL_SERIAL   Serial3 //OpenCM9.04 EXP Board's DXL port Serial. (Serial1 for the DXL port on the OpenCM 9.04 board)
  #define DEBUG_SERIAL Serial
  const uint8_t DXL_DIR_PIN = 22; //OpenCM9.04 EXP Board's DIR PIN. (28 for the DXL port on the OpenCM 9.04 board)
#elif defined(ARDUINO_OpenCR) // When using official ROBOTIS board with DXL circuit.
  // For OpenCR, there is a DXL Power Enable pin, so you must initialize and control it.
  // Reference link : https://github.com/ROBOTIS-GIT/OpenCR/blob/master/arduino/opencr_arduino/opencr/libraries/DynamixelSDK/src/dynamixel_sdk/port_handler_arduino.cpp#L78
  #define DXL_SERIAL   Serial3
  #define DEBUG_SERIAL Serial
  const uint8_t DXL_DIR_PIN = 84; // OpenCR Board's DIR PIN.    
#else // Other boards when using DynamixelShield
  #define DXL_SERIAL   Serial1
  #define DEBUG_SERIAL Serial
  const uint8_t DXL_DIR_PIN = 2; // DYNAMIXEL Shield DIR PIN
#endif
 

#define MAX_BAUD  5
const int32_t buad[MAX_BAUD] = {57600, 115200, 1000000, 2000000, 3000000};

Dynamixel2Arduino dxl(DXL_SERIAL, DXL_DIR_PIN);

//This namespace is required to use Control table item names
using namespace ControlTableItem;

void setup() {
  // put your setup code here, to run once:
  int8_t index = 0;
  int8_t found_dynamixel = 0;

  // Use UART port of DYNAMIXEL Shield to debug.
  DEBUG_SERIAL.begin(115200);   //set debugging port baudrate to 115200bps
  while(!DEBUG_SERIAL);         //Wait until the serial port is opened
    
  for(int8_t protocol = 1; protocol < 3; protocol++) {
    // Set Port Protocol Version. This has to match with DYNAMIXEL protocol version.
    dxl.setPortProtocolVersion((float)protocol);
    DEBUG_SERIAL.print("SCAN PROTOCOL ");
    DEBUG_SERIAL.println(protocol);
    
    for(index = 0; index < MAX_BAUD; index++) {
      // Set Port baudrate.
      DEBUG_SERIAL.print("SCAN BAUDRATE ");
      DEBUG_SERIAL.println(buad[index]);
      dxl.begin(buad[index]);
      for(int id = 0; id < DXL_BROADCAST_ID; id++) {
        //iterate until all ID in each buadrate is scanned.
        if(dxl.ping(id)) {
          DEBUG_SERIAL.print("ID : ");
          DEBUG_SERIAL.print(id);
          DEBUG_SERIAL.print(", Model Number: ");
          DEBUG_SERIAL.println(dxl.getModelNumber(id));
          found_dynamixel++;
        }
      }
    }
  }
  
  DEBUG_SERIAL.print("Total ");
  DEBUG_SERIAL.print(found_dynamixel);
  DEBUG_SERIAL.println(" DYNAMIXEL(s) found!");
}

void loop() {
  // put your main code here, to run repeatedly:
}