This is probably going to be a pretty slow worklog since I'm still waiting on parts, but I can at least document what I have so far. Things I want it to have: 3ds sliders / ds buttons Stereo audio with a headphone jack and volume control Moderately decent battery life (at least 2 li ion cells) running off 5v Charge using a micro usb cable 4.3" screen if possible, 3.5" if not Double tact modded L/R buttons My last portable was pretty big so I could have all the features I wanted, so this one will be small instead. I may be a little over optimistic, but we will see This is the case I'm dying to use. It's an intec ds lite case that is about the size of an original game boy. I believe it's a tiny bit bigger, but more square than rectangular. It's wider but not as long, and just a little bit taller. The lid opens and stays in the same position a ds lite does on the first click. I am hoping to have it be laptop style, but I believe it mainly comes down to whether the screen's circuit board fits. If I absolutely can't get it to fit, I might use it closed and put the screen where the intec logo is. Here it is with a piece of cardboard cut out to be the same size as the wii motherboard should be, along with some lithium ion cells. Two cells should fit about perfectly, with just enough room for the L and R buttons. I'm waiting to order the battery in case they end up being too tall for the joysticks to fit on top (it's a close call) because I might go for a lithium polymer instead. It looks like even after I put in the buttons, there will still be room for me to put in a power led where the ds lite power led normally goes, but it might not be worth the trouble. I am currently in the process of 3d printing parts for this case. I will print out L, R, Z, and start buttons for it. I like the idea of having L and R closer to the edges of the case, with Z being slightly closer to the center instead of above R. Start will be a mirror of Z, except next to L instead. I have installed PortablizeMii on my wii, and it seems to be running perfectly. The only thing I've noticed is that sometimes it will be almost frozen upon startup, and the cursor will lag horribly. This isn't a common occurrence, and rebooting the wii takes care of it every time. For now, I'm waiting on the 4.3" screen (I have the 3.5" already), capacitors, breadboards, and I need to order a 2-cell battery. I will update as my printer finishes slowly churning out parts and as more things arrive.