I definitely plan on getting Slot.it chips, unless I come across some D132 chips for almost free.If you do, grab a Type-C chip so you can run that car on the D132 track as well. ;-)
Question about running an O2 car on an analog track....
On analog tracks, track calls are implemented by removing power from the rails. I don't think that's the case with digital, is it? So if running an O2 chipped car on an analog track, what happens when power is removed, and then restored? Does the car sit there for a few seconds until the chip boots, and links to the controller? How about if the controller also has it's power removed and restored, as it would be if using an O2 cart plugged into track power?