Ok, all, I've got a good one for you, and I'm sure all the diehard fans are gonna come out of the woodwork. I've been looking for some time for a decent soldering station that I can start doing PCB/fine work with. I used to have a Weller digital rework station a long time ago, but don't know what might be good now. I've gotten back into doing small work, such as SMC, XBee, Arduino, rework, and the like, almost all on a very small scale, and I've pushed the Radio Shack special I've got to the limit, and managed to brick two routers. I need to know your opinions, on stations ranging up to $300 (preferably around $100 to $200), that would be good for me. I know that this is more than likely going to upset many in the 'ible community, being willing to spend that much, but when I get started doing some of this major device hacking, I'm going to start putting my stuff up here. I'm looking forward to a lot of cool stuff, but can't get it done without the right tools. There are too many different stations out there, and not enough reviews, especially after searching for nearly a month. Can anyone help?