Hello BitBuilt! It has been a while since I posted a new worklog. For the past year and a half since I have officially given up on my first wii portable, I have been working on designing and planning for this new portable and hopefully this contest will give me the motivation needed to finish. The reason it is named the PsWii is because I am making a combo Wii and PS2 portable in one. Inside the PsWii will be a fully functional Wii and PS2. I have been making slow progress with school, but last year with the start of my first job, I was able to make the circuit board which will handle all of the video switching, audio switching, USB switching, audio amplification, and voltage regulation. I used ExpressPCB for the design which was really easy to use, but when it came time to actually get the board made, the board design file was not in a format which any PCB building place accepted. Here are some pictures of the design and final product. This was the starting layout of my board, but it was not well laid out and I ended up changing it later. This was the ending layout of my board. The top left part of the board handles the USB switching from Wii to PS2. The top right part handles the video switching from Wii to PS2. I am using Component video for this project. The bottom right handles voltage regulation. The bottom left handles audio switching and amplification. For some reason I do not have a picture of my board design with everything finished, but it was finished completely before I had the board made. Here is a picture of the fully completed board. In my design, I accidentally flipped one of the connectors backwards. So when I finally got my boards in the mail, I had to cut out the connector, flip it around, and solder the wires to the connector by hand because I cut through the traces. Here is a picture of the fully populated board. All of the major parts use through hole parts because at the time I designed the board, I was not good enough at soldering to solder anything surface mount that was not a passive component like a diode or a capacitor. I am really happy with how the board turned out. I also have my battery setup all done. I am using the standard red board for charge and play. Here are a couple pictures. I have also been working on the Wii and PS2 trims. I have all of the software side done on both systems. I recently have been working on the U10 and Bluetooth relocations on the Wii. I will get the Wii and hopefully the PS2 trimmed this weekend. List of Parts and Features that will be implemented later: GC+ board PS2 controller board L7009 screen for component video A Fan/Heatsink combo that will be used to cool both systems. White Portablize theme that @JacksonS made for his WiiSP that he is letting me use (I think it looks really nice) Speakers (Chances are I will not end up putting speakers in though) 3d printed case (I am trying to avoid frankencasing as much as possible) This project will hopefully be something I can be proud of at the end of it (unlike my first portable). If anybody has any questions, please ask them. Also, if anybody can think of a better name, I am open to suggestions.