Thank you for the reply. There were no instructions in the package and truthfully, I didn’t even think to look on youtube. It is a helpful video, so maybe you can put a link on the packaging in the future.
After a bit of trial and error, I mostly figured it out. My case had short screws with bigger heads and longer screws with smaller heads, which confused me temporarily, but I found that I needed to use the short screws with the short posts otherwise the screws met each other in the short post and they wouldn’t tighten all the way.
I found that putting the male/female post in as a spacer made the grove pi board slant up away from the GPIO, which likely puts stress on the GPIO pins, so I took the extra post back off. I am still not eactly clear what it is for, since your video doesn’t have that piece.
The alignment of the slot in my top is still not correct, but that isn’t an issue in your video, so obviously the cases are different - the logo on mine is a bit smaller, so that is a hint. I think the top is aligned with the Grove Pi, but when it is plugged into the Pi it gets offset.
It turns out that I am not using D4, D5 or D6, so it isn’t a big deal, I just found it strange that the top slot doesn’t align, given this is a Grove Pi custom case.
We want to deploy 10+ of these devices in our facility, running Windows 10 IoT Core, streaming to Azure as an IoT showcase, but we are having stability issues with the ported C# library code (separate post). Karan is awesome, but he doesn’t appear to be a C# dev. Is there anyone else that can look at this? The guys that did the C# port are 3rd parties, who haven’t responded, and have likely moved onto other things. I am in Seattle next week and may be able to talk with the IoT Core team, but the error I am getting appears to be an I/O error on a write to the Grove Pi, so I anticipate they will throw it back to you.