I printed all the parts with 3d plastic (ran out of my sampler amount literally at the end of the last part - i had like 2 inches left), including the front X and Y buttons and the rear shoulder buttons. The A and B as well as the D pad and start/select are Kistch Bent single-piece silicon, but honestly, I sort of hate playing with them. those take too much pressure to register a lot of the time, and it's just not comfortable at all. The d-pad is OK. If they were a few mm taller, they might be amazing. I like the soft touch a lot.
at first, i altered my shoulder button stl design to snap in real game boy buttons, which worked great, but ultimately, i liked the all-glow look better.
i also used the audio jack, which fits snugly in the original's spot on the back of the battery compartment, which I could leave mostly in tact since I used Helder's battery
snap-in shoulder buttonsShow
i took out more of the case on the top, where the power supply is, than I would have liked, but originally I was using a BW screen variant that had a larger board, but it was terrible and very flickery, no matter what I did, and it just stopped, so I pulled everything out and stuck a Gearbest in there, but the ribbon cable's a little iffy on it, and I have to tape it in place, or else it tends to go all-white
just the gutsShow
contrast and function switch with spacerShow
the speaker was a small 8ohm, 1w that sounds kind of amazing. i printed a little round bracket to hold it in place, but it gets loud, and sounds pretty clear.
cart with charger portShow
usb and volumeShow