I have a Game Gear that works except the d-pad is broken (plastic bit fell out, casing broken from playing too frantically in my childhood, silicon is torn but it works). I also have a little-used Master System 2 in my attic. The thing is, I have loads of games for Game Gear but only 1 plus a built in game for MS, and really I'd like to put these pieces of hardware to use again. I've been looking at what Ben Heck and co. does but them mods usually look a bit crap, and I think I could make a professional looking case if I wanted to, out of fibreglass or vacuum formed plastic or wood. I also have an interest in electronics, have a soldering iron etc. I like the idea of getting a new lease of life out of these things and wanted to know if you guys have any ideas? The screen on the Game Gear could do with an upgrade but I've heard they use proprietary connections! Is there a way I could make an ultimate 8-bit console by duct-taping these consoles together except actually making them work? I've seen people making EEPROM carts for MS and GG, that's ok, but really I want to play GG games on TV with a MS controller or make a new GG case and d-pad etc. I don't want criticisms please, just ideas or stuff you've seen elsewhere that might be possible. Thanks!