doublecheck that the eq is on in winamp, it does work and i havnt touched anything with the eq since the first release of this skin. Testing it now and it works on my end.
To change the eq settings you have to change it how you want then click and hold on the preset to save it. I think. Its kind of weird how the eq works cuz some of the buttons dont respond to mouse overs like other RR buttons. There may be a faq on the eq also, not sure, but check.
Sensors: That reminds me that i still forgot to add the voltage labels on the sensor screen.
As for the "Temperature Sensor Settings" Com Port in RRConfig.exe, I have no idea what that works with or how its supposed to be setup. Im almost sure you need extra software or maybe even hardware for this.
The skin currently only supports sensor information from SpeedFan http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php
Previously it worked with MotherBoardMonitor MBM but i think the general opinion was SpeedFan is better and thats what most use.
Maybe someone else can chime in and say what the builtin sensor support works with. And how to set it up.
The Visuals are choosein in RRConfig, milkdrop, avs or other this also has to match what vis you picked to use in winamp.
all other visual options are configured inside winamp.
There are 2 invisible button on the main menu that will change to the next vis preset if you use AVS as your vis. The are to the left and right of the volume buttons (where the numbers are) will change the vis.
Also, you have to make sure that winamp is set to use Classic Skins and not modern for use with RR.
The radio can not be configured to work with shoutcast, its made to only work with physical hardware. You may still be able to use shoutcase radio though directly from the audio player. I havent tried this, but when you load shoutcase if you save the radio station as a preset, the preset should be available for you to use in RR audio browser. For the preset to be available you first have to make sure your path to save presets (set in RRConfig) is set and that it matches where winamp saves its preset files.