If I’m understanding the pinouts correctly, the LCD shield should work with the servo shield, which relies exclusively on the I2C pins P4 and P5, but not the pan & tilt shield, which utilizes the servo pins P7, P8, and P9, which would double up on the LCD’s use of P7 and P8, right?
As a follow-up, would I be correct that with the LCD shield, the M7 or H7 could directly control a single servo, without any additional shields, via P9, albeit without position reading capability (which the servo shield doesn’t support anyway, but the P&T shield does)?
So the advantages of the P&T shield are position reading and dead-man-switching and the advantage of the servo shield is far more servos and LCD compatibility, right? I realize I asked about the servo and P&T shields a long time ago, and I have perused the response in that thread, but I’m still trying to grasp the “point” of the P&T shield over the servo shield.
Am I correct on any or all counts here?