First post here. I'm looking for some insight on must have testing equipment for reverse engineering and fixing smart sensors. Nox sensors, quality sensors, circuit boards in display units. They communicate on a can network. So far I have saleae logic analyzer. Oscilloscope, power supply, fluke dmm and solder iron(but I need a bench style I currently have a solder it pro) My intention is to build a database of working sensors so I can identify faulty sensors and attempt to fix them. This is is the start of a long term project. I've been a heavy equipment mechanic for over 25 years and with the new electronics going into equipment I want to learn how to fix the electronic side of things. It will be a learning process but I'm up for the challenge. I'm looking to spend about 5k what should I focus on first? I like computer base equipment but is that a viable route?