Over the past couple of months, I've kinda came out of retirement for PC-Engine hardware repair. Quite frankly, I'm not very impressed with the quality of repair services from a lot of the fixers out there, currently. Several people have sent me PC-Engine systems modified and sold by the E-bay seller Doujindance. This has become a preservation project. Save your money. You might as well put it in a brown paper bag and set it on fire. ^ This is where your $450 is going. He employs 2-part epoxy to secure his cold solder joints. His poorly designed and incorrect RGB circuit along with the region mod is slopped together on a crappy project board and then insulated in bubble wrap. The 6280 (CPU) is also submerged in 2-part epoxy to secure his solder from pin 29 to ground (to circumvent region protection) That's a Texas Instruments 3 channel SD driver, improperly built. The RGB picture had a lot of jitter and reflections, as a result. When I receive a DouchenDance Duo, I typically start with the Hu-Card side, removing all of the 2 part epoxy. Due to the nature of the circuit he slops together, his region mod may have trouble with Turbo Everdrives, even later revisions. After I sort out the Hu-Card side of the craptastic mod. I move over to the 6280 (CPU) That's been epoxy filled. ^ Lifting pin 29 and grounding it to the negative rail of that capacitor is completely unnecessary for ALL Japanese PC-Engine systems. Simply bridge pin 29 to pin 30 of the 6280 and be done with it. And this is with the system finished. I designed an RGB board for ALL PC-E systems that will do quite a few things. This system is outputting a 75 ohm compatible C-Sync & CVBS. TTL C-Sync can be toggled by setting a jumper on the board. This system was Coury's from My Life in Gaming. He spent a ton on this system. The gameplay he was capturing for footage was absolutely awful. Horrible coupling in the signals, everything was just nasty on the output side. I've made several Tweets about this. But I just want everyone to know precisely what you're paying for when you drop that much cash on a Douchin'Dance modded system. There's no excuse for this. I have plenty more pictures of other systems, if anyone's interested in seeing them, too. Hell, here's a bonus.