http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/ColbertBump After watching this video, I tweeted at Benheck('cause the only forum I post on is BB, yo.) Friday night he dropped off a box o' memes as well as his business card with Noah, and then ventured off to find beer no doubt. When I arrived, Noah showed me the contents of the box...here is what I took home with me: WHERE IS THE RCP WHY IS THERE A GIANT CUT THROUGH THE BOARD (likely explanation) WHY DID HE RESOLDER THE RCP WHAT WHAT ports are still good probably ayy Upon further inspection I also noticed this one board I have was used in both his console war videos as well as the N64p videos: You can see the "CON" text written on the PIF chip is identical to the one on screen. I may sell this board to a museum someday for 50M. There was also a board that had some wires, regulator stuff and battery connectors coming off of it. I was told it was one that Felix worked on. I immediately procured some of this authentic touched-by-Felix wire from it to use, and I am pleased to inform everyone that yes, it did smell like brown sugar. Anyways, here's what I worked up for Ben at MGC: It's by no means perfect, but it's the best I could do in a poorly-lit stinky hotel room. And hey, unlike these other questionable boards...it actually works. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ SO WHAT DOES ALL OF THIS MEAN FOR BITBUILT? Well, I spoke with Ben quite a few times at MGC, and here's what I got for us. 1. Ben's phone number. None of you peasants can have it, but currently I call him once a day and ask how Felix is doing. For some reason it says my number's blocked now, not sure why. 2. A shoutout on "The BenHeck Show." I was instructed to email Ben with whatever information I wanted to give him for the shoutout. So the shoutout will definitely have "BitBuilt.net forums" in it for sure, which is a nice meme for all of us. 3. I asked Ben if he could have Felix deliver the shoutout to us. He threw his head back, smiled, and said they should be able to film it when Felix is back in town. Hopefully this news is enough to bring even @BoFoSho back, but we'll see. Anyways, the jist of all this is that with BenHeck mentioning the site, we've got some prepwork to do. There are lots of people who're gonna be watching this video about an N64 portable, and they're gonna want to learn more. Chances are they'll check out the aforementioned bitbuilt.net forums, and that's where we come in. As a forum, we've seen some awesome growth and I've noticed that I'm seeing more and more regular faces around here. This reformation of the portablizing community and continued expansion of the scene has been an amazing thing to see and I hope you're all enjoying it as much as I am. To continue with this, we're planning to start cleaning up and adding more information to the Guide Hub. Right now, the best way to help is to submit guides to Guide Submissions. At present, there's plenty of information in there that we're planning to sort through and format for the Guide Hub, but we're happy to take whatever we can get. Eventually a lot of this information will be sorted into the Wiki as well. Don't worry about writing guides yourself, if there are good guides out there we need to add in, don't hesitate to post them. --- Part 3 of the N64 portable video will probably be airing in a couple weeks, I hope you're all as eager to watch it as I am now.