Hi, I call it a new board because i haven't seen any other posts about it and the manufacturer said I was the first to receive them and a few other people were sent samples. I found the name of the sales guy for the factory that built boards for all the other QB style boards available online (I know...some are moving production to the US). I currently have two 3x3 lights with four Sunboards each from Photon Fantom. I asked the sales guy if he had any colored boards with colors like the Wavy Board from Photon Fantom because they were sold out at the time. These Chinese guys will rip off anything right? He said he could not sell me anything like that because he was bound by a NDA to not sell boards like that. Wow. That's not what I was told by the Internet how the Chinese acted! Anyway, several days later he told me he had these boards available soon. I pulled the trigger on eight of them. So here are the details. 336 Samsung LM561C S6 Bin 68 volts 12 inches x 14 inches 2100mA max These were really appealing to me for a couple reasons. There were $35 each and ended up being $45 each after paypal fees and shipping. The LEDs are spaced in such a way that the heat is spread more evenly. The Photon Fantoms have a similar layout and I am able to run them at 2100mA without a heatsink. I have a fan pulling out the top and with the airflow they don't get hotter than 110F. Honestly, I'm vegging with those now and I keep them turned down quite a bit. These appear to be on a slightly thicker PCB than the Photon Fantoms but I don't have calipers to verify that. More coverage too. I hope to build this light over the next few days. The frame of the light will be 4x4 and I will fit all eight of them in that frame. I will be running them with four Meanwell 240H-C1750B drivers. I know that buying straight from China can be a contentious issue and I understand the debate about the origin of these LEDs on a PCB. I think think this is a new design from a reputable seller/manufacturer. The sales guy has been great. We had a snow storm in Michigan yesterday and delivery got pushed back a day. He emailed me to see if things were OK. Shipping from China took four days but should have only taken three. I'm hoping this will stay on topic and not get too heated. Just really wanted to share my experience. I'll post pics throughout the build. These boards are great. So easy to DIY.