I am dropping in my OSD and trimming some fat at the same time. The CAN bus connector, cable, case for the OSD are ridiculously robust and probably worth at least a few seconds of battery life. So, I am taking out the stock CAN bus connector on the landing gear and hard wiring it to the OSD which will be under the hood. The only thing that has me a little concerned is the 280ohm resistor on the CAN-HIGH line. I think this is a termination resistor that bridges to CAN-LOW when powered up with nothing else connected to it. That is how CAN termination should work best I know. Can anyone confirm this? I am also assuming that the OSD has it's own internal CAN termination and so this resistor would serve no purpose with the OSD connected.