Awesome! Yes I ordered a Bosch CPS to a local Autozone which is $30 more expensive than they sell it on Eeuroparts so I am going to ask them to price match but if not it comes with a lifetime warranty so I guess that is the price I have to pay for having a Saab in the United States.as andy just spotted on the video (and doug suggested earlier to look for), if the tachometer does not move on cranking your current start problem is highly likely to be caused by a faulty CPS. if your car cooled down overnight it can also explain why it was starting the next morning. and the other fault behavior you listed in the previous days can be caused by it (even if not a typical pattern of gradual malfunctioning). each time you went to get fuel in a jerrycan, or your fuel filter, etc... the engine would have cooled and made it easier to start with a faulty CPS.
if possible try and get a bosch CPS