Sounds like a good plan!
You probably know that the AtomBasic and AtomBasic Pro chips are upward compatible, and give much more power in computations.
The SSC-32 will serve you well in a legged robot!
Thanks for the quick responses.
Alan - I see that you did answer a similar issue - I guess I just missed it.
The Basic Stamp is nice because it allows for fast code writing - but it obviously has many limitations.
I think my best course of action will be to switch to the HC12 which has 8 PWM channels.
My next project (once I graduate) is to tackle a two legged robot - so the SSC-32 will NOT go unused! In fact, I purchased and received 20 BMS-620 servos a few months ago when I was on a spending spree!