Basically problems booting when USB devices are plugged in. (seems to be related to when you have a fair amount of USB devices).
M6 defines the thread and diameter. The only thing you have to worry about is length, and that will depend upon what kind of washers you use. In my case, I had some plastic 1/4" thick plastic washers, so my M6 screws are longer than otherwise. Pick up a few different lengths - and you can't go wrong.
Also in my case, you'll notice I only used the front two mounting points. Seems to work well for me. Those of you with the OCD's will probably go for 4 points, but I have had no problems at all with the 2 mounts.
p.s. if you need any other tips about the Obutto, etc.. Just let me know, I'll be happy to put up more vids.
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