Posting this here, since my project isn't certain, i did spend some time doing some diagram of a circuit board and came out with a few ok diagrams, i'm about to produce some prototypes if enough people are interested. simply i'm planning to adhere the mod chip using double sided tape like adhesive or perhaps something else depending on which board i decide to produce. Thing is the prototype wont cost me much but final product will cost some money, i cant mass produce them so i will be ordering a pcb then soldering the parts on (perhaps maybe i can also make a kit option you make it yourself and a assembled version). anyone know anything about cheap PCB production? like info on who wiikey cloners use or wiikey/cyclowiz themselves use? I really am not up to programming a entire new chip, so i will use homebrew chips with their permission, prob include a programmer also until dvd upgrade is available. Chips will be most likely be one or all of Openwii, Chiip, Wiifree meaning 3 different version if i get permission. else i'll get some IT bridge monkies (engineers) to build a new mod chip from ground up and cut them in on the profit (if so the costs wont be cheap) i plan to sell the chips at little profit gain, instead of making money off it, i want very little after production cost + $1-$3 at most, also the price will drop if dvd upgrade is available since programmer wont be needed. the new wii drive that was revised would require 1 wire soldered to the chip leg so it will be 1 wire mod chip (maybe i can find a way to make this solderless also but i doubt it) then again if it doesnt work out well i'll prob give the diagram to open source community in case someone wants to build one. that is if the prototype works out well, which i dont see why it wont.