Every time I think I am done with this thing, something comes up. The damn 2.1mm DC jacks I used are total crap and so tight I cannot get a standard male plug to make a good connection. Practically need a hammer to get them to seat more than a couple mm. Strangely these are probably the most common cheap DC jacks of this type. Fortunately I have some others in my box-o-crap that will work but are a bit larger, so I will need to print a new top part for the large module with all the gizmos. However I also was thinking that the assembly of the large module is way too hard, but due to the way the components are built it will be difficult to get everything to mount on one side of the shell. So although I have a working model, it is really back to the drawing board to get the large module correct. For now, behold the breadboard kit in all it's prototype glory...
My mission is to lower the collective IQ of teh Internets one post at a time.