hey there everyone, im currently upgrading my x carve to run a geny32 controller for my cnc machine, it runs on a tb6560 chip, has built in usb and parallel port, 4 axis control and all the usual crap. the unit i have is here it can run tinyg firmware, grbl firmware or be controlled by mach3 and linuxcnc basically with so many options available, what are people using to control there machine. i work with real cnc machines at work, 5 axis with a 7.5kw spindle and tool changer and so on. so im after something better software wise then chilipeppr as that is so slow it actually shits me and i dont want to use my machine as i get sick of my browsers crashing when i upload large files to it. so im after a standalone software to control the cnc machine. doesnt need to be fancy but i would like a toolpath projection screen to show what the cut looks like and where its at, basically the same as chilipeppr. anyone had experience with linuxcnc? if so how do you go about using the usb port on the controller with linuxcnc? do you need a driver? also going to buy a pc for the cnc this weekend. just a second hand one with a parallel port on it so i have all connection options. i know mach3 needs a usb plugin but i have one already for this controller. so after that rant, what software do you use and what do you think of it.