Ive always wanted to own an actual portable n64 and Its been a 5+ year dream of mine to build my own. With that said I never started it because I was afraid I would kill something but I realize I’ll never achieve my goal if I dont start. I have been slowly acquiring parts for cheap and think im ready. I currently have 3 18650 batteries from a battery pack that I broke the input and outputs on, a powerboost 1000c, a n64 i got from a crackhead in a huge bundle of (bundle was of 5 xbox originals 1 ps3 1 wii u 1 wii and a n64 for 40 bucks. all but the n64 were broken). I recently bought a 7 inch screen gc64. I have a superpad 64 controller that is falling a part so it would make the perfect candidate for a portable controller. I think I have almost everything i need but i have a few questions 1) are there any parts for the build i need to get? 2) what are some nice tactile switches to use for controller buttons? 3) will the powerboost 1000c be a good option for charging my 18650 cells? 4) is frankencasing as hard as it looks? I have a plan for a case but it would require frankencasing to attach the controller to the sides of the screen and a little box added to the back of the screen to house the n64. Basically going to end up looking like this: https://goo.gl/images/hkMhV5 5) why do people replace the stock heatsinks on the n64 chips with those orange and black ones? Do those disappeat heat better than the heatsinks under the metal slab thing? 6) should i even attempt this? My only past experiences come from building 2 3d printed raspberry pi portables and 1 portable nes. Am i going in to this too blind and gung-ho?