Thanks a lot guys! I already have XBR_Falcon_8955_3a running, but I was just nervous about hooking up my HDD and having it update me to an unexploitable system. I'm going to go ahead and remove R6T3 to be safe. I've heard if I ever need it back, I can use a 10k resistor and remove it again after use, right?
the dash you are afraid of loading was found on your NAND chip before you flashed XBR, not
on your hard drive.
removing r6t3 is optional, ive done several systems now without removing it with no problems (wont know until next dash update for sure)
any updates taken in the XBR environment will blow virtual fuses, not the real ones so you should
be ok, but in long term may be bestto do so.
if you need it back you can solder in a resistor or a switch, then remove when done yes.