I wanted to share my latest victory in HO model railroading. My problem started when I wanted to remove the body of my HO Proto 1000 model to see how hard it would be to install a decoder. Well I successfully removed the first screw which holds the plastic body to the chassis. The second screw was not so easy. I got frustrated too fast and basically stripped the screw head. I couldn't find any information online to help me out with this problem. I tried contacting the hobby shop where I originally purchased it from and they suggested drilling the screw out with a drill bit. Luckily I didn't have to go that far. I used a 5/64" drill bit attached to my hand drill tool and then used a fine tip flat blade screw driver to turn the head of the screw. A few minutes later the screw was out and the body of the train was off. I'm so happy!! I was a little scared that I would break some of the fine details off the model but thankfully I did not.