...I had a small question that the seller answered almost as soon as I emailed it, so extra points here for responsive customer service! (My question was, "what do the three jumper pads do" and the answer was "join them all together to enable pullups on the i2c lines") Thanks!
A great breakout for the TI DRV2667 Driver. I was lucky enough to find this breakout here which saved me a lot of time and money during my college project when my team and I were experimenting with Piezo actuators. It works great with an Arduino using the Wire library. Just follow the sample code on page 32 and onward on the TI DRV2667 datasheet. together with the "I2c Switch Flex Module" (also found here) you can run several of these with different waves and on different times to create some really cool haptic effects.
After it seemed to be impossible to order some small LRA motors I found this website where to my surprise someone sold the motors, great! However, I needed approximately 26 of them and such an amount was not in stock, really unfortunate. This was no problem as Fyber Labs quickly ordered some new ones, even smaller ones as those fit my project even better. Such a kind gesture, I have never experienced anything like that. They arrived exactly when I needed them and work flawless.
The DRV2605 is a great little IC but such a small form factor makes it a real pain to prototype with. This board saves the day -- thanks Fyberlabs! Great to finally get to feel these motors in action with a wide vocabulary for haptic signaling.