You really should post this in the BMS thread. Your experience is real data! I know the whiners out there can be discouraging. I'd like to see you post basically some form of this pm to me, with pics of your install and why it was necessary for you to even have a BMS.
I dont but I could take some if you like. What are you interested in seeing? Theres really not much that happens. They sit there and are green. There is no display on the minibms. I have a buzzer if any over/under/open comunication loop happens and a ssr that controls power to the charger in case a cell hits 3.7V. And a timer I always use (can never be too careful ) Green on the cell modules is good (in the voltage range) red is bad, off is bad. Any bads and the buzzer sounds. I dont cut throttle althought I could. Ive never hit lvc and have hit 3.7 only while ballancing (until I found out that the headlights on highbeams plus the shunt resistors =1.4amps which is where the charger cuts to. So, i just put the lights on if I want to balance it once it gets to the cv stage.) The whole system was about $600 it was a no brainer for me.