Important: Due to the minivan case standoffs not being in great spots for this PCB, there are a couple places where solder joints sit on top of standoffs and cause the PCB to sit higher in those areas. I have found that the best way to prevent this from happening is by soldering the joints as flush as possible to the PCB. I start by inserting the component, cutting the leg as close to the PCB as possible, then adding the minimum amount of solder to make the joint have contact. The result of this is a super flush joint that will not cause your PCB to sit higher on top of the standoffs. You will need to do this process on the square hole of D2, D26, and D27.