Well rojitor, that is some good news. Like I said, I doubt I will be soldering with this much, if at all.... but it is way more portable than my Hakko, so it's possible i may use it a few times on the road. If I don't need the fans at all during soldering, then I likely don't need to change anything with regards to the wiring... definitely good news, I'm happy with the current setup.
Now I need to find a good case for this. Pelican cases came to mind, but while looking at them, I discovered Nanuk cases. Canadian made, very similar to Pelicans in most regards... but has a few nice features that the comparable Pelican does not, and I also like their latches a little bit more. All of their handles are made from solid plastic with a soft plastic grip (only large Pelican have this, def more comfortable), and just like the Pelican, the Nanuk's handle locks down so it won't rattle/shake. Comparable strength, weight, pressure valve, and foam between the two, but I think the Nanuks look a but nicer. The Nanuks also have potential for a clear plastic or a solid aluminum insert (pretty cool for a Raspberry pi, or a drone project... where you could moutn a screen in the lid, and controls in the aluminum plate to produce a really slick device. Prices are comparable, I think it's usually possible to get a slightly better deal on Nanuk's (tho their sizes are different, so hard to compare 1 to 1), and I think both are great cases, but at this time I would say Nanuk's appear to be just a tiny bit superior. Anyway, thinking about grabbing a Nanuck 910 (also considering a Nanuck 504, and possibly even the Nanuck 915).. tho I think I prefer the 910's dimensions the most. Hoping to use it to carry my welder, it's attachments, my LIPO battery, and hopefully my iCharger as well. Just gotta debat on whether or not the Nanuk shoulder strap is really worth ~$25... def overpriced, and could easily get a cheaper one... but also probably pretty damn nice).