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Which of these 2 mods would be easier? Both are a cartridge kind of like the Intellivoice which is temporary, and can be inserted and removed at will. 1 adjustment is for the INTV 1/3 where Arcade style 8-way joysticks, or analog USB controllers could be plugged where it divides a circle into 16 sections and you just have to achieve half a radius to actuate the direction. The other adjustment is for the INTV 2 where Coleco games and Word Fun and any other troubling third party game could be played by sticking this in between. I would prefer a non-permanent solution, in the sense that I don't have to a) open up the console, or b) hire someone to do that, and in either case c) decrease the historical collectability of it. I think both technologies are possible. The first one sounds harder, but I read they were intending to make the intellivoice a 4 player module too. The second one could be done if it has it own boot screen data added in between the cartridge and the machine or can temporarily activate the short without the risk. (Sort of like component CRT TV, and a DVD recorder is a non-permenant solution to taping games and a quality display. You just Y it, and send one end to the CRT TV and the other to the DVD recorder and record it. Also a Sony Wega CRT TV is good for getting clear pictures on RF. You're not using it for analog TV anymore. If you want to compare proof, here are two somethings I taped for the Bally Alley High Score Club Component Capture via DVD-recorder: Composite Capture via VCR: See if the quality of TV and recorder improves the visuals.)