So here is the long awaited update. The Journeyman 300 works like a charm.
My maximum IPM is at 165 and I will post pics of my machine, maybe a small vid.
At the beginning I blamed the Viper drives and were frustrated with them. Turns out the Break out board was the problem all along. It to this day, still is. I had to modify a few things to make the board work properly with the Vipers. Don't get me wrong, Bob Campbell boards are good units, just not the one's I picked. They even replaced it with another board at no charge, but same problem.
The Vipers are maintenance free and have never overheated yet. Just a tip, the default fuse that came with the Vipers were 10 amp and that is far from enough to run a medium sized mill.
In anycase, Go with the Vipers, they perform well and if I had to do it again, I would defenatly chose them again.
Sorry Larken for the rudeness sometimes, but when your boss is breathing down your neck, stress can bring the worst out in you.
When I post the pics I hope you will like my work and maybe offer some suggestions.
P.S. No one has given me any input as to how I should of had the Spindle wired. Well it was as simple as using Mach3 and Bob Campbell BOB. I can get into details here, but it would mean me typing more, And my patience with the keyboard is thin.