Why not get whichever one you fancy from your local shop, connect up a hard drive and power supply, and see if it works? And if it doesn't, just exchange it.
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that is correct, I am not using a floor plan, just a list of switches at this point
I saw the same thing happen when I was creating a qOrbiter. a generic proxy orbiter would be created as well.
This is after Creating an Orbiter #8?