.dsk file finally attached. Sorry, could not spot the problem.
Cool addition for those without the cartridge .BIN
On a side note, I love the way the TIPI browser application handles the DSK image. All you have to do is upload the DSK image to the TIPI and it "automagically" creates a folder for it, extracts the files and drops them in it. There is no longer a need to use TI99Dir! I don't think from download to putting it on the TIPI took longer than 20 seconds.
I'm happy as heck with the TIPI, I was able to remove the "rat's nest" which comprised, two RS-232 cards, a Y-adapter, two cables, a serial to USB adapter, a UDS-10, a power adapter and a Vonets WiFi adapter.
Now there is just one little 5v adapter supplying power to the RPi 3 inside the P-Box. Now it's all done without wires over WiFi. Thank you, thank you, thank you Matt & Corey!
I had three of those things in the past and was never able to get 100% serial functionality on one of them and got 0% on two of them. I should be thankful though as my experience with them forced me into getting a P-Box.
The TIPI obviously does a lot more and is the more desirable device for some, but for others it might be overkill for their purposes. In my view it's still an excellent option to have.
You have a valid point. If you are mainly a gamer and only want to store a few things, the Nano (when working) is an okay solution if you do not plan on ever expanding. If you want to do more, or think you will ever want to do more, the TIPI route definitely gives one more options. So starting with the 32K expansion is a good start for many.
One of the biggest advantages of the TPI (to me) is the WiFi capability for calling the BBS's and transferring programs to and from a PC. With the TIPI you don't need to buy and mess with cables, pinouts, soldering, gender adapters, or even buy a UDS-10. Simply answer two question in the TIPI setup and you are good to
For P-Box owners that version of the TIPI is great too, it essentially gives one gigabytes of storage space, in the form of a SSHD in addition to the communications capability and the mouse support and who knows what else in the future.
So yeah, the Nano is like a VW bug, in that it'll get you there, but the TIPI is more like a Maserati in features and sheer horsepower. (IMHO)