@ChrisCalzaretta, the Electron RST* pin requires the pin to be driven LOW to reset. As shown below, the RST* line connects to a pull-up resistor, capacitor and RESET button. In order for the Pi to reset the Electron you first need to make sure the Pi and Electron’s ground pins are connected (common ground). Since both the Pi and the Electron have 3.3v GPIO, you can connect the Pi GPIO directly to the Electron’s RST pin. The Pi’s pin should be floating or HIGH by default. To reset the Electron, simply drive the Pi GPIO pin LOW for one millisecond or so and then HIGH again.