This is the inherent risk of his approach, which was to use ACARD ASICs that are no longer manufactured. Once you deplete your supply, it's game over. As long as Cypress manufactures the PSoC 5LP that the V5.1 is based on, and people keep buying SCSI2SD's, we will continue to manufacture them. Demand has never been higher, and the field-upgradability is the strength of SCSI2SD (both V5 and V6), since corner cases and bugs can be resolved years later, as they're encountered. This is fundamentally impossible with the SusanoMonster boards.
If anyone has a background in technical writing and would like to collaborate on quality documentation for SCSI2SD V5 or V6, please PM me, as I'm not afraid to invest on this front. Better documentation makes everyone's lives easier.
Interesting story - it's too good for a home paint job, clearly professionally done consistent with it being an Apple display product - I'd keep it as is, apart from cleaning up the worn paint on the mouse,
... the NoDiskSleep app (it's an app, not an extension) does NOT fix this issue, so I would appreciate any advice.
The problem I'm having is periodic freezes after an idle period on my 550c, which I presume is due to the OS sleeping the HD ... which is a SCSI2SD PowerBook Edition. Just like the OP.
Yes, we should verify this is correct. All you need to do is attach your scsi2sd, read the config with File...read from device, then SAVE THE XML FILE (screenshots are insufficient, as if there is corrupted string data, it may not be displayed properly by the GUI), and share that here.