In the main picture in this step, you can see the gear assembly that controls the legs of Bugger. The little gears spin counterclockwise, the big gears spin clockwise, and that makes the bottom of the feet rotate counterclockwise around an imaginary point in the air. This sort of acts like a wheel. (Bugger walks to the left in the picture.) The second picture in this step shows the bottom of the feet. I will label the feet in normal reading order, (i.e., left to right, top to bottom) from A to F. Whenever legs A, D, and E are touching the ground B, C, and F are moving forward to take another step- visa versa. This way, there are always at least three legs on the ground and Bugger is stable. Pictures three and four show the location of the mostly-hidden touch sensor. (Picture four shows the back panels taken off to make the touch sensor in the wide open.) Picture five shows where all the wires are in a tangle in the center of Bugger. Thus concludes my description of Bugger. P.S., please comment if you can.