I love the SNES! It is still my favorite console from yesteryear and still get's more play than my 360, PS3, and Wii....combined.  Right now, I am knee deep in EarthBound and can't wait to start something else. The thing is, I play a lot of  "old school" jrpg's, which the SNES has in droves. The best thing is now I can play most of the non US releases that I never got to enjoy in my childhood, be it via Super Everdrive or cartridge reproductions. It is a great time to enjoy SNES games!
     While watching a movie with my better half, I realized that it would be incredibly convenient to play games and watch the movie at the same time. Naturally I started looking for portable SNES options.  Aside from emulating the games on an already portable device, I could buy a manufactured portable SNES.  The SupaBoy and the FC16 Go are currently the only two portable SNES options.   I thought about this route for a bit, both being less than or around $100.00 but they don't use actual SNES hardware which means not every games will be compatible. Also, both systems screens are small and not much can be said about their sound output. This won't do at all.  I need to see the beauty of every  16bit pixel. I need to hear the SPC700 sing.   I think I need to make my own portable SNES. :)