@teastain2 I'm not new to all this and perfectly know and use also Arduino.
What follows is about Lily and not you of course.
But when MicroPython is claimed to be supported, it needs more than a vague link.
A fair comparison will be announcing support for Arduino but only provide a link to Arduino website.
I have a fair amount of boards with support for MicroPython or CircuitPython and I have at least a proper firmware for the board.
Drivers exists for LoRa and screen, I was successful in the past with a previous T-Watch.
Once more a company launch a product and do not provide proper documentation.
Maybe it's time to start shaming those companies as it is now a trend to push hardware to the market without anything on software side.