I'm trying to be sure I have my ducks in a row, before I tear this one down. Some questions: 1. Would Conover's "Chime Clock Repair" include this movement? 2. What should I look real closely at regarding setting up the chime train? 3. Compared to the GB Westminster I just completed how does this clock compare in terms of difficulty? The GB was fairly straightforward and relatively easy to assemble. In my opinion. I always take a lot of pictures, but never seem to have the right one when I put it back together. I can't find any detailed documentation on the process for this movement. The clock runs and chimes, but the strike spring does not wind. Not sure yet what it is, but I do know the retaining hook in the outer barrel is still intact. Other than that I know of no other problems, The clock is extremely dirty, and will most likely have some pivot wear. Any thoughts, comments, and "what to look fors" would be graciously appreciated. And again, if I keep at this maybe someday I'll be able to return the favor? If I live long enough.