Ever since I saw a post by awesomeNES in here, I had been thinking of doing my own Nintoaster project. I wanted it as close to the original used by AVGN, however my skillset and economy at the time(of the post) was not there for it. Then I forgot about it. I lately rewatched all of the episodes, and once I saw that Nintoaster again, I knew that I had to build one. Starting off, the original Sunbeam Toaster used by the Vomitsaw (Original creator) are not exactly easy to find. I did manage to track one down on eBay, after some search. Only problem, seller only shipped US.. Since I live in Europe, that is an obvious obstacle. If it had not been for forum member youruglyclone! He accepted to purchase the toaster, recieve it, and later ship it to me. A huge shoutout to yourugleclone, for helping me out! (Actual picture from the eBay auction). The toaster arrived last week, I quickly disassembled it, and it was dirty inside. I have been using the last couple of days cleaning the entire thing. Pretty sure there are some 40 years old breadcrumbs in here As you can imagine this took several hours to clean. I don't know what is it called in other countries, but here we have something called "Brun Sæbe", and it is a soap specially made for ovens with burns. Also WD40, and Autosol worked wonders. One down, one to go. All cleaned up! After 3 hours of Autosol scrubbing. The actual unit will get the Hi-Def NES board install, in which it can output HDMI. However, that requires that you removes the ppu and cpu before installing the kit. A task I was not much up for.. Mostly because that it is so easy to damage the traces on the NES. Thankfully a fellow Dane, and forum member in here Bearking is able to help me out. He had a spare NES around. He offered to sell it to me, but first to remove the CPU and PPU from it. In which he did, he sent me this photo of it all. It will arrive sometime next week! Thank you Bearking for helping me out! Since it is a PAL unit, I have a famicom on its way, which I will use the PPU and CPU as a donor, in order to get 60hz out of it. I have a few things on it's way, so stay tuned for updates I will post pictures once I get further with it! Also, do you guys think I should use the original power cable for the toaster? It is a bit of a inconvenience since I live in the EU, however it can get fixed easily by using a small power adapter.