Well, it required a lot of repairs, but the 2nd version of my Intellivision PCB is working. This version has much wider pin spacings on the chips (which was one of the goals, for assembly reasons), so the repairs were relatively easy to make.
If you recall, the 1st version did not have the large mounting holes at the "top" of the PCB, so if the side holders weren't the wide kind, then the PCB wouldn't fit tightly. This one will fit properly into any open-able Mattel shells and LTO shells.
The chip with the resistors on top (in blue) is a RAM chip, which will be offered as an option. I've successfully tested it with USCF Chess.
ROM size is 128K x 16, and RAM size is 64K x 16. ROM and RAM can be located pretty much anywhere in the 64K space that isn't being used by the console (or its accessories). The plan is to be able to offer ECS style bankswitching, although I haven't tried that yet.
On the (more) technical side, I've added one 8 bit latch to free up some pins on the CPLD (and be able to get a CPLD in PLCC package rather than the harder to deal with VQFP package). The upper connector is for programming the flash ROM chip. The side connector is for programming the CPLD. The bottom connector is for game play.