Watching her like a hawk, we strapped it on her easel, slid the toy in front of her, and turned it on. It was like she had never missed a beat with it. She immediately grabbed the corner 'bulb', started smacking it with her palm, and pressed her face right up into it. Now that she has her glasses, hopefully she can actually focus on it much more easily. For the first few minutes, she would not take her eyes off of it. Her mouth was wide open, her expression (pics above) was priceless. She interacted consistently with it for a solid 20-30 minutes and didn't have so much as a twitch. No eye-fluttering, no seizures, no myoclonics. We watched her the entire time. It was a huge relief, but it certainly doesn't mean she won't have one from it in the future. This was only the first reintroduction - we put it in front of her again late this afternoon and she was equally enthusiastic about it, although she became bored after 20 or 30 minutes, and tried to shove it off her easel. Just like old times.
Needless to say, we are going to take this slow, as Sarah and I have some trepidation about it still. It makes us nervous with her in front of it, knowing what she went through late last year with it. Unfortunately, since last year, another one of the toys stopped working, so we are down to our last functioning toy. We are going to need to be on the lookout for a backup. If anyone spots one on Ebay or anywhere, please let me know!