Turns out my poor MySQL server was just overtaxed with the Woo Commerce plugin that used to run my commerce, since I pared down to 1 product, the Atari 5200 controller, it was just overkill anyway, so now I just have a simple cart. My apologies to anyone who has tried to order, I am not sure how long it was messed up. I always keep at least one controller in stock, but even if I have to order parts, it takes less than a week.
I am keeping up with my What’s On My Workbench over on Youtube, where I had a chance to play with a A’can from 1995!
As you can tell, I have been moving away from taking outside projects and working more on my own retro systems. As I have said before, I want to take more time for projects that have been waiting in the wings for a long time.
What’s coming soon:
Tiger Game.com retrofit a color screen and Raspberry Pi 3.
Raspberry Pi 4 based super retro system.
Repair Coleco Adam.
Repair? Atari Lynx 1 retro system.
Repair Atari Lynx II flex circuit for controller.
McWill GameGear LCD replace? For brother.
Use donor Lynx II system, use part from the Lynx I? Have not decided yet which way to go.
Design and test Jaguar to Colecovision controller.
Way out projects:
Put x64 but small computer into a ‘luggable’ case?
Play with RGB/Composite to USB convertor
Way Way out/Slightly Off Topic:
Palm Pilot and PocketPC/Windows CE video reviews.
iMac retrofit? I have an old G3 Ruby, not sure if I should gut or replace the hard drive. Not the most useful system at this time.
Lots and lots to do, and I have to honest, I am enjoying working on my own projects again. All that remains for external projects, I have an Action Replay battery replacement and the Tiger Learning Computer card to reader adapter, so not a lot on my plate there.
Look forward to many projects, repairs, and videos on my workbench.
It is will heavy heart I have to simplify what services I offer. To be honest, this is a long time coming, I am just burnt out from the repair and mod work, work is the key here. This all started out as a hobby but it has slowly become my only hobby and miss being able to explore other parts of my life and ends up feeling like work. I work full time and I just don’t have enough hours in the day to keep up with the large variety of modifications and repairs. I appreciate everyone’s patronage, but for my own sanity, I am simplifying to providing Atari 5200 controllers and Sega Nomad battery pack modifications. I may take on a project of it really interests me and if you have a lot of patience, but all the day to day capacitor replacements and the like just are taking too much of what little personal time I have left. Again, I appreciate all the people who believe in me, but I need to explore my other passions like watch collecting, collecting Palm Pilots, and photography. Thank you everyone and the Jaguar to 5200 controller is here to stay.