I'm just about to finish my 2nd n64p but I'm so excited that I couldn't wait any longer to start this one. I'm going for a small portable this time. I'm debating whether I should go for the world's smallest or a good but smaller n64p.
I have been planning this for a while now but I just started this today. All I did was cut the board up and rewire everything. I'm going to be doing ashen's alternative to rcp wiring technique. Once I do the technique, the dimensions of my board will be about 5 x 3.75 inches. Although, I'm going to try to get the height down to 3.5 inches, which shouldn't be difficult at all. I'm planning on using a 3.5 inch screen.
Here's my board with all the ports wired to it.
Plans for the case- The case below is 3.75 inches in height, but I'm hoping I'll change it to 3.5 inches. The cartridge slot will stick out the back at a 90 degree angle (I might change this). I will be using 4-6 2600 mah cylindrical batteries from battery space. I know I can fit 6, but it might make it too heavy, but it would have a good battery life with about 8 amps. The thickness will be around 1.5 inches. I'm going to be using 3ds sliders for the analog stick. I was working on a mod that made the psp analog stick digital and it would work with the c stick, but it wasn't working like I wanted it to. I wired it up to four leds for each direction, and sometimes it would work, but sometimes more than 1 led would shine when only 1 was suppose to and other complications like that. The stick has a nice feel, but if can't get it to work flawless, than I'll use either a 4 way tact with a psp nub for the cap, or the 3ds abxy buttons. I'm planning on using a gameboy color dpad and a b buttons.