Application for OBCLetter

In-game name: 
Why are you interested in joining this server? (MUST BE OVER 2 FULL LINES LONG!): 
I am interesting in joining this server because I find that most servers have very odd problems with their redstone. I feel like I could be a part of this server in some way because I love to make redstone computers, and I haven't found a specialized server just for that. I also make redstone computers on servers to show to other people instead of my family. I could probably offer some guidance to newcomers to redstone to point them in the right direction. On other servers, I am found to very helpful to others, and sometimes charming. This server offers irresistible opportunities, such as learning how to fix my compact contraption problem addressed earlier. Also, this server provides better support to redstone, such as the fixing of the redstone bug I have, again, addressed earlier.
Current Redstone knowledge (MUST BE OVER 2 FULL LINES LONG!): 
I can make a simple binary counter and an adder/subtractor using two's complement. I also can make a 7 segment display that can decode binary. My limits are probably how compact my creations are, because a usual computer with maybe 3-4 registers and some ROM functions can take up a whole 200x200 plot. My main concern about redstone is how far can it go? Could we pioneer a 128-bit computer? On another server that will remain unnamed for various reasons, someone told me to make a 128-bit computer, and I thought of the sheer size of the numbers it has to handle. After looking around the computers here, I think this server could solve that question.
Past Redstone Experience (MUST BE OVER 2 FULL LINES LONG!): 
One of my best Redstone creations was a computer I "finished" all about a few hours ago. It had a whole set of ROM commands, such as addition and subtraction. I remember so clearly the feeling that rushed through me as I placed the final block to that masterpiece. I started playing around with it, and I asked other clueless people what to subtract or add. The limitation with that computer, although, was it's bit-size. It was only a 4-bit computer, and it was disappointing in the long run. It cycled through the ROM by adding one to the program counter register and wrote to the program counter register with the output of the internal adder. The reason for this monstrosity was that the server couldn't handle the counter shown by Properinligsh19 in his YouTube video because of the sheer "compactness."
Anything else you'd like to mention? (Optional): 
The only concern I have with server is will the clients & server be able to handle the massive light updates? I heard somewhere that the logic didn't actually bug the client, but the lighting updates will. This isn't redstone-related, but I'm learning German ;)
Application status: 
What kind of creations would you like to build on this server?: 
I would like to try and build a 16-bit and 128-bit computer at most. I'll probably also mess around with other little redstone creations, such as BUDs and those new observer blocks.