So over this past weekend, while looking through different shops for stuff that I could do regarding console modding projects, I stumble across an HDGM1 ( High Definition Genesis Model 1 ). While it came with an RF adapter that was not even for it, and a busted controller, I thankfully found the composite A/V and the headphone-to-RCA cables needed so I could use the thing and verify it works. For me, this is quite the throwback. And it's got my modding motivation going for what I could do with it. It also helps that I was very recently able to finally find a working CRT TV at last, with a working component video input as well (480i, but still). I was just trying to think of what I could do to improve it further via modification before requiring moire hardware. Reason I was still able to have spare, working controllers was because my fiancee kept her original Model 2 Genesis. However, she's made it clear that she doesn't want any of her systems modded. Hence why I was motivated to find a moddable SNES ( thread ) and couldn't believe my fortune in securing this unit. Mods I was thinking of already would be... I remember seeing that it was possible to add some industry-standard RCA, and even S-Video out from the system. I did manage to secure a Japanese RGBs cable for a Sega; however, it's made for the Model 2 system, not my new-old Model 1. I was briefly entertaining the thought of seeing if I could add a model 2-style A/V out jack, say in place of the RF out that I never intend on using again... Obviously, I would intend on Neptunizing it, both for more selection of games, but also if I ever get myself an Everdrive for the unit, I can then play every Genesis and 32X game, ever. Maybe if there was a way to give it Component Video out like I intend on doing with the SNES... The obvious upside with a model 1 is that there's a lot more space inside to work with for modding purposes. I'm just trying to think of the best way to go, like if I basically only have this, while say leaving room in case I am able to get any of its add-ons to better complete the system.