Anyone who keeps up to date with newly released models may have seen Bachmann's recent rendition of the "Wickham Trolley", currently only available in yellow, but shortly in yellow with wasp stripes, then the one I'm awaiting, the maroon version, supposedly available in January next. Amazingly, this model is, according to Bachmann, "Not DCC compatible", which is about as much use as a chocolate teapot to most of us with DCC control. I'm always up for a challenge, so as a result, I've just ordered what is purported to be the worlds smallest DCC decoder, the CT Electronik DCX77Z with dimensions of 7.6x5.0x1.8mm!!! I reckon I may need a microscope to work on this one, but I'm determined to see if it can be done, after all, if you can fit sound into "N" gauge loco's, then it should be possible to DCC the Wickham. The motor is fitted into the attached trailer rather than the trolley itself, but I gather that the 'ballast' load in the trailer can be removed to get at the motor, so I reckon I should be able to do this. "Watch this space" as they say, and I'll follow up with a "How-To" (or maybe a "How-Not-To" if I fail!) when I eventually get my hands on a maroon model. Keith.