Long story short: I purchased one of those counterfeit NES Classics because some guy on a spanish forum said it was an exact replica using the same chips and hardware. It isn't. the shell and controllers are salvageable, but the CPU is limited to 240p and barely runs as it is. So, My plan is to toss the guts out and put in a Raspberry Pi so I can still use it. Question 1: Is it possible to wire the Classic Controller ports straight to the GPIO board on the Pi? My understanding is that the Classic controllers use I2C so it should work. Question 2: What Pi version should I get? Since I want to continue using the included controllers, I won't be emulating the SNES or any other console that needs more buttons (as I still hope to get an authentic SNES Classic). I will emulate the original gameboy and such if possible. After that, any recommendations other than just popping RetroPie on it? I expect to not futz with it ever once I get it set up. Thanks.