Update: all boards are sold, thanks guys! For those unaware, @borti4938 designed an amazing project to add RGB and YPbPr (component) video outputs to the N64. It is an FPGA project and includes an on-screen menu display menu to control various line doubling and even deinterlacing of 480i options. It's a flexible solution and a major step up from composite video on the multi-av and less than 1/3rd the price of the ultrahdmi. All info is available on borti's github at https://github.com/borti4938/n64rgb/tree/master/advancedRGBmod/ Now this is set up as a completely DIY project, so the components and PCB's need to be sourced. The FPGA requires some (cheap) hardware to program. Additionally, some of the chips require something finer than a soldering iron from the hardware shop. This combined seems to make the entry barrier for going for this mod a little high. I think this is a shame because the project is just really awesome. Since I did the project myself I have a few boards left over that I think may lower the entry barrier for others if it means they don't need to have (multiple) boards fabricated themselves. This is what I'm offering: * Bare PCBs for €10 * Assembled and flashed PCBs for €60. Full disclosure: I paid $114 for 10 boards + stencil which included shipping, so I'm not to make any gains there. The components are about €40 ordered from Digikey so you'd pay me about €10 for assembling them. There's 8 ic's and including small stuff about 80 components on the board (bottom side has many SMD resistors/caps too). It's a bit under 2 hours to neatly assemble the board. Reference picture included, top half soldered using stencil in oven. Bottom components hand-soldered. Once my 9 remaining boards are gone I probably won't do another batch. Shipping is not included, but small boards can be shipped cheaply by envelope. If there's interest in populated boards, I will process orders in multiples of at least 2 because I'd order the components as needed and need larger orders to qualify for free shipping from Digikey. Also there's some setup time involved so it's much more efficient to process that way.