Just thought I'd share a time-saving tip for replacing capacitors. Experienced repair techs need not apply. I recapped my Sega Saturn today. It had 27 surface mounted capacitors. I watched a few youtube videos on ways to remove them and tried something that some of you are undoubtedly going to cringe at. In short, rather than desoldering the capacitors, you can simply use a pair of pliers to gently grab the capacitors and twist them off. The key here is to twist, not pull. I was able to do this with all 27 caps and I didn't lift a single trace or pad, nor run into any complications. Before the repair, no video. After recapping the Saturn, video on the first boot. The obvious risk here is that if you have a particularly fragile board, you run the risk of lifting a pad or trace. Use good judgement. All I can say from my experience is that this method worked perfectly and saved me a ton of time. Youtube link for reference: Best of luck!