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Yes, when I am doing a basic stipple I sew at a faster pace than the BSR can handle. I think it is worth my time to learn how FMQ without the BSR.

Interesting that folks are finding the BSR too slow. I do some amount of FMQ, but my stitches are not uniform at all, and that's what I was thinking the BSR will do. I like a previous suggestion about bringing in some quilt sandwiches and playing around both with the BSR and quilting without it to see what I think and so I will do that.

What does the simulator do?

It seems to show you what all the various controls do. I'm not finding it overly wonderful, but it's a way to work through the functions on my own and at my own pace. Here's the link.

Scroll down to the bottom of the page, and you will see they have the simulator to download.
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